Cape Town Hollow
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... large swell and water came over the side and proceeded to drench the few of us lucky enough to be on the wrong side, yours truly included. From that point on everyone crowded onto one side of the boat, leaving a few lucky individuals to continue to take the brunt of the now much heavier spray that was coming onto the boat. Needless to say when we finally made it back to Cape Town it looked like I had decided to swim back rather than take a boat and we were ...
... a small museum that explains about the history of
the penguin colony when it first started in the 1880’s. I walked around the board walk to get the best view of the penguins and take some awesome photos. This activity would be suitable for a school group in that it is one of a very few places in the world where you can see hundreds of free roaming penguins up close.The ...
... pairing, and a wine and cheese tasting at two wine farms, before driving to Franschoek. Here we explored the town, and got some lunch, before settling down for the long drive south to Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of Africa. We arrived at the tip itself just in time for the sunset, which was a once in a lifetime experience no doubt.
We stayed the night in Cape Agulhas backpackers, which was SO nice! I was very disappointed to return ...
... in an anonymous flea bitten hostelry when news of the JFK assassination broke. I was more or less halfway through my six month trip from London to Cape Town. I was doing it on the sniff of an oil rag.
Civil war was raging in Sudan between the Muslim North and the Christian South. Kenya was on the brink of gaining independence after years of Mau Mau resistance to British rule. I dodged the bullets oblivious to the dangers lurking at ...
... full well that Boston was under a blanket of snow, I was excited to be heading back to familiarity and community. It's not that there's no community in travelers or expats, but it's a temporary community, one that is constantly shifting and fleeting. I found myself becoming more exhausted towards the end of my journey, looking for stability in a few select set of friends and tiring of telling new acquaintances the scope of my travels. I think this is ...