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... attendants who let us know that there had been "an incident" at the Cape Town airport, that we were being re-routed to J-burg and that the pilot should know more soon. Hmmmmmm.....one look at Leonie tells me that her blood pressure has skyrocketed at this news, figuring out in her head how this disrupts our plans and what she will have to do and deal with to get us to Cape Town.
The pilot comes on to confirm that we had been re-routed due to an incident at the ...
... 6 years without being able to have contact with anyone. He had separate privileges but without human contact it was needless to say it wasn't good for his state of mind.
Passing the limestone quarry was interesting. This is where the prisoners did their prison work digging with very little tools and sometimes with the use of just their hands. This hard labour was meant to be for 6 months and ended up being for 13 and a half years. No wonder ...
... 26C but was forecast to rise to about 31C. After going through the city, the bus headed out on a very scenic ride around Table mountain and the views were magnificent. We arrived at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens after about twenty five minutes. They are situated about eight miles from Cape Town on the eastern slopes of Table mountain and are regarded as the second best botanical gardens in the world. We do not know which are regarded as the best, but for scenery alone ...
... as the Bishop chatted about Canada and it's support and support of the citizens in the fight against apartheid. We asked for a photo of him and he declined and instead suggested a group photo, with him, at the entrance of the cathedral. What more needs saying? A fabulous photo was taken and we thanked him and he blessed us. Wow! Hard to beat that! We continued to through the park and into the museum where Beverley gave us a ...
... of Nature" supposedly. The top is accessible via multiple hiking trails with varied levels of difficulty, as well as the Tram that led to the top lookout. We opted for the Tram, as the hike looked hot and more then we wanted this morning. We boarded the tram and took off up the mountain, when the floor started rotating and slowly spun as we climbed the mountain. What an amazing view of the harbour and Cape Town. At the top we made our way around the top trails that ...