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... parts of the garden which were started over 100 years ago.
From there we headed around the Cape to drive by Hout Bay, Clifton Beaches and past the stadium built for the 2010 FIFA games. We ended up at the Victoria and Alfred waterfront. It's like Granville Island only much bigger. Parts are just tourist stuff of trinkets and hotels and tourist restaurants but we did find one building full of very innovative handicrafts. We could have bought out the place which is unusual ...
... who had taken their lunch and sat on top of some of the rocks and had a picnic, which looked like fun. Some people sat or stood on the rocks to take better photos. I did neither, besides David would get upset if I tried climbing a rock.
We spent several hours walking and taking fabulous photos. As you walk there were signs
informing us about the plants, and information as to who was involved in the ...
... sum of £18.88!
On Friday night, I took the Lapids out for dinner to thank them for their tremendous hospitality and kindness. A few minutes before our reservation, the restaurant phoned to say that a portion of the kitchen roof had caved in and we would have to go elsewhere! Furthermore, just a few days before, one of the taps in my bathroom popped out in the middle of the night, and a huge torrent of water was gushing out. ...
... to anything you were holding, let alone my long hair, that kept whipping me in the face! Once we got to the other side of the mountain, facing the water, it was incredibly peaceful. I didn't want to leave. I could have sat there, on the rocks, and meditated for hours or days! It was beautiful.
We lucked out on the weather the entire trip as it was so incredibly clear on the top of the mountain ...
... the 20 minutes drive to the residential suburb of Kenilworth were we rented a BnB. I picked this location because it was close to the start and finish line of the race.
The BnB itself is just as described, nice and clean. The best part : we are so far the only guests! After dropping our luggages, we decide to go shopping to the nearby mall. We first have lunch on a sunny patio. Shopping is great. I find what I need, and maybe even stuff I don't need.