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... was at a show and Phil said to come down – which we did after we finalised our packing and after Judy called us to let us know she was back. We put our tagged bags outside our door and off we went.
We sat chatting for quite a while until we dragged ourselves back to our cabin where I uploaded today’s photos.
After organising a wake up call, I finally got to bed about 11pm.
So tired ...
... there seemed to be opposite forces at work. Right away we noticed the abject poverty and seemingly destitute circumstances that these people were living in but immediately after that we noticed children laughing and playing together and people walking around going about their business with a smile and a wave to us in our van.
Our first stop was the community center where Gladstone showed us a project that is being completed to provide a community ...
I woke up this morning ready for the second day of
activities, I went downstairs and ordered the minibus for myself because the taxis over here are not safe, the minibus is also perfect for a school tour group. Up first was the famous
Boulders beach, I never thought you could see penguins on a warm beach, but
this place does just that. In addition
to nature's beauty, ...
... the guide did not enlarge). Houses cost 2-3 million pounds, there is no parking and some houses have funicular railways to reach the front door.
We arrived back at ship pretty tired, too late for lunch and spent the afternoon trying to contact a friend who we had arranged to meet in Cape Town. Mobile phone, ships satellite phone, email were all tried. Eventually our concierge Ingrid managed to get us through and we arranged to meet tomorrow. ...
... visit to Kirstenbosch yesterday, makes up my favorite nature visits on this trip. At Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, I encountered a magical tortoise who led me to a waterfall. He happened across my path and began walking towards a bridge I hadn’t seen before, which eventually led to the waterfall! Call me crazy, but I would term that one magical adventure.