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... driving metered cabs) is a tour guide. We have the good fortune to stumble upon Bobby, who as well as being a knowledgeable guide is also an excellent companion and we’re all happy to spend the day, including lunch with him as he shows us many of his “favourite” spots in and around the city.
For much of the next day, the weather remains kind to us. Unfortunately we had already booked a day tour to the Cape of Good Hope & Cape Point, so instead ...
... a very odd way – it couldn’t have happened at a better time! It was so nice to see them both, you don’t realise how much you miss people until you see them. To top off the fact that I’ve seen my Dad and Sister, my best friend Rose flew out and surprised me too!!!!!!!! I am so happy right now and can’t wait to spend my next few days relaxing with my loved ones and doing some once in a life time things!
Lots of love again, Hannah ...
Bus transfer to the Cape - fabulous scenery and winelands.
A return to tarmac and introduction to Cape Town headwinds.
Table Mountain, penguins, whales breaching, Cape of Good Hope and a fabulous final cycle over Chapman's Peak.
Wonderful end to a holiday. 3600km travelled. 1200 cycled.
Time for some rest and relaxation before returning on the 2nd. Signing out and see you all soon. x
... time and this is when it got interesting. With all of the political prisoners together, they smuggled in newspapers and were educated by the political leaders. They taught each other about politics and had many debates to increase their knowledge. They would also form section choirs in the bathrooms as an extra activity. The guards would only check the cells very briefly once in a while if at all so it was perfect for the prisoners.
We moved onto ...
... or possibly the northern tip of Norway to travel to the far south of Africa and realizing that they were on the last km’s of their journey. A few hours later my thought were confirmed when I met Frank Benedikt from Munich. I saw his KTM bike parked at the hostel where we stayed and sought him out to talk to him. A 6 months journey had taken him from Munich to where we met. It was his last day and he felt indeed kind ...