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... long we could barely stand. Sitting with Lize-Mari and her friends was hilarious because there is a huge rivalry between her old high school and the other main school in town, so we constantly had people coming up to our table and starting chant-offs cheerleader style. We also got shown a drinking game which is essentially rock, paper, scissors and the loser has to drink their entire glass of wine. At one point Rian saw a blow up helium ladybug that a kid walked past with ...
... I really enjoyed the time on my own. The weather condition was perfect and I was able to enjoyed fantastic views from the top of Table Mountain. I had a wander around the top of the mountain, seeing some dassies - small funny African rodent, which closest relatives in mammals family are African elephants. Went for a dinner in the restaurant located there and that was a great feeling having my food surrounded by spectacular scenery - ...
... to the best drinking shot - The Springbok. This is a mix of Amarula cream (South African baileys) and peppermint liqueur resulting in a shot that tastes like an after dinner mint. So naturally we started the wine tasting tour with a few Springbok shots! We began our wine tasting at 10:30, first heading to the largest privately owned winery in South Africa. We tasted a few whites and some amazing reds! ...
... cheerful. So maybe yes, maybe he did enjoy this tour! Ha, ha, ha!
The evening was spent eating pizza at the Victoria Wharf Shopping Mall and walking around the Waterfront. I know, I know….again!
A new tour is lined up for tomorrow! This one the “Half-day city tour”! Until then….
Monique :-) ...
... rushing to Cape Town, after Nelson Mandela became president, because they were ...