Cape Town Hollow
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Arrived in Cape Town at lunch time today. Had a wander round the town to get our bearings. Hopefully going on the cable car up Table Mountain tomorrow
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Arrived in Cape Town at lunch time today. Had a wander round the town to get our bearings. Hopefully going on the cable car up Table Mountain tomorrow.
After a nice midday nap scattered around Cousin Johan's house, he and I ran to Woolworth's to grab a hodgepodge of grocery items for lunch. Pre-made sandwiches, prawn and avocado pasta salad, rotisserie chicken, grapes, and lays potatoes chips. Mm mm good! After lunch we made tracks for Llandudno Beach, high end, somewhat secluded, and very cool. …
Got to Victoria & Alfred Waterfront on Cape Town Harbour around 11:40 pm after a crazy cab ride. We actually bailed out of the taxi about half a mile short because the traffic was soooo bad. Walked with the crowd then merged in once we got down there. You could tell the development was really cool but the amount of people was nuts!!! I'd say a lot …
Up early again and off to the Table Mountain Cable Car. Unfortunately we couldn't get going fast enough and by the time we reached the queue there was a 2hr wait. Diverted to Camps Bay Beach and will try the mountain again tomorrow. Camps Bay Rd looked very much like Venice Beach, CA, but the beach was mix of white sand with huge boulders mixed in …
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