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... front. Seems crazy that the airline would not sit her next to her son who only looked about three. I then asked if there were any other aisle seats but am told the flight is full. I cannot let the lady move so plonk myself down in the seat next to Derek and fortunately the plane is not quite full and no one else arrives to claim it. An easy flight to Cape Town and I decide to get some cash from the ATM and ask Derek to go ...
... beach and 4, the busiest, is for families. Apartments on the lower side of the road are height restricted to the level of the road with the roof being the car park. Onto Camps Bay beach, with Table Mountain as a direct back drop, (12 apostles of Table Mountain). The beach is lined with trendy cafes and restaurants and is the playground of the famous, including Prince Harry.
We stop at a little village to board a boat ...
... so hard to hear all of these awful stories you know! For my article I have to do a lot of research and hear a lot of those, but sometimes I'm not sure if I'm strong enough to take much more without breaking down too. But in the other side it's really interesting and I'm glad I get to see this country that way!
On one side you have the beautiful pictures and on the other side the tough reality.
Lots of love,
... and said sorry to me which was beautiful. He cheered up later and he hasn't bitten anyone again so far. Friday afternoon we headed to Friday market ofcourse . Nothing different, just awesome food, some ciders and hanging with everyone. We then headed to Cape to Cuba for few jugs of Pirate punch and some mojitos. Ended up going to Brass bell again ... Classic. It's literally like The Bay... You go out not planning to end up there but always end up there. But another fun night ! ...
... out, enjoying wine and cheese in front of a very good film, The perks of being a wallflower. A really awesome film we would recommend.
After a brisk run along the waterfront we jumped into a taxi to the Old Biscuit Mill, a food/craft market which happens every Saturday morning.The market is based in Woodstock, an up and coming area of Cape Town. Again it reminded me of Brighton,very arty and alternative. The market was great, lovely shops selling local ...