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... to the business of the past two weeks. Rod and Karen wandered off to the National Museum whilst the remainder of the crew joined a walking tour of Cape Town, with Mannie as our guide.
This guy was outstanding, well informed, enthusiastic and passionate about his country. In
torrential rain, we visited the Company Gardens, Parliament House and many other interesting sites ...
... sights we saw.
Sunday was Braai day, and I definitely was going to visit Mzoli's if it was the last thing that I did in Cape Town. Everyone had recommended this place as both an authentic experience in a township and an amazing meat-lovers destination, perhaps the premier meat-lovers destination. For those of you unaware, Braai is South Africa's take on the barbeque and involves purchasing copious amounts of meat, from a rope of sausage to ...
... of Dutch and Malaysians formed what became to be known as the Cape Coloured community.
Signal Hill was the next stop, a hill east of Table Mountain, with tremendous panoramic views and from where our ship was still clearly visible.
From here we drove along the cape seaboard through Camps Bay, Clifton Beech, Bantry Bay, Seapoint, all exclusive areas with beautiful white sandy beaches, Apparently ‘all life styles are catered ...
... hour to go! Lies. We had to of heard a half hour at least 5 times only one of which was actually a half hour from the top. I’m also the only one in the group that can say I not only climbed table mountain but I also stripped on it. I wore yoga pants to start with all of the bush (which the bush ripped) then when it was all rock 20 minutes in, I needed to change. Megan, Jen and Dr. Brew blocked everyone else’s view while Taylor documented it. I do have proof. Once ...
... The beauty of this climate is that you typically don’t need a terribly robust shelter as the temperatures don’t shift to the same extremes as Europe or most of North America. Some blacks now have homes outside of the townships but return on the weekends or evenings to socialize with friends and family and soak up the ambiance as this is where their roots are generally planted.
When Greg heard that we hadn’t ever driven through ...