Garden Court de Waal
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... the wives. It was a very gut wrenching and moving performance though there were no words and the few songs were in one of the local languages (maybe zulu?) . There was a chilling moment towards the end where a widow broke into a mourning song and suddenly women in the audience around me began to join in, recognizing what she was singing. Just beautiful.
Our last full day in Cape Town :( We wanted to do Table Mountain, but 20 mph winds and ...
... From June until December you have every chance to see the whales and there are plenty to see. We spent an hour watching four whales within about 600 meters of the beach - our boat was able to get as close as they are permitted to get.
Now I am excited about coming to live here - I haven't even touched the Garden Route, Stellenbosch and the wine country and the myriad of other things there are to see and do. It will be great to be here full time from January ...
... kids get changed into wet suits, play with them in the front room, carry their boards down to the beach -Warm up stretches on the beach - Surfing and swimming for the girls that don't want to surf and just want to play in the water -5pm head back up to the surf shop and get changed -5:15pm quick and hectic serving of snacks while kids run around half dressed and wet -5:30pm Karel comes in the van to pick up the kids and bring them back to thier schools and home - Clean up the ...
... chuffed) so instead the bus took us up signal hill for an impressive yet blustery view of the city. We went to Camps Bay and had an ice cream. Back home to get ready for tea where we went to an authentic Kurdish restaurant where we all sat on the floor on cushions and ate round a tiny wee table. Was good ...
... seat, put the headset on and pretended to be the guide. It was hilarious and he wasn't even drinking yet. The banter and Sander's relentless pursuit of attention was very entertaining. The wine tour itself was similar to most Napa/Sonoma wine tours such that the wineries were all beautiful, the wines were mostly tasty, we were educated on the making of the wine, our group became fast friends, and I would bet that 99% of us wouldn't remember the name of any of the wineries ...