High Hopes of Greyton
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... to be back home and get to see one last time my South African family. My host mommy hug my boyfriend many times and told him he had to take care of me. So sweet! I was so happy to see my boyfriend in my home. It was something I wanted to share with him. We just stayed for a drink and then went back to Sea Point to have dinner. We found that restaurant located in an old train, that was really interesting and the food was very good.
On Tuesday we woke early to do the ...
... is actually going through the mountains. It was such
a nice ride!
Eventually we made it to Hout Bay. What a place! It’s a
little harbor with a beautiful market and some seals swimming around the boats.
Yeah seals! They are way too cute!
The market was really great, we spent almost an hour there.
There are a lot of them here in Cape Town and it’s always a nice thing to do.
Just walk around, taste some food or ...
... it. Saturday night the power went out for 2 hours between 8-10. This is not a rare thing but It has suddenly become a more regular thing now which sucks a lot. Not that we have tv or anything but cooking or tea making or any lights in the house between 8-10 on a Saturday night suck. We can't walk around really outside either because it's a black out in South Africa.... Scary stuff haha. So Saturday night we were all just hanging out in darkness for ages. Ps. Did you guys ...
... but the waves were too big, so we collected shells and cool coloured rocks. I know this does not sound fun but it was. You would have to get a handful of rocks after the tide went down and get it before the next wave came in. Lots of times I got knocked over by a large wave. It was fun and I collected lots of shells and rocks. After we went to to the beach ...
... colds by the end of the day. I made sure to put on my new compression shirt, which ended up saving the day for me, and left my room intent on enjoying myself. The drive to the game reserve took about 2 hours, and I made sure to sleep at least three-quarters of the way there. Once we arrived, we were served breakfast, and then around 10:15, we were loaded into trucks for a drive out on the reserve.
The winds were extremely high ...