NH The Lord Charles
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We took advantage of cool, slightly cloudy morning to make the 2 hour climb up to Table Mountain. Ascending Platterklip gorge through fragrant flowering fynbos, moist clouds rising around us, the climb is rocky & quite steep. slow & steady ! The clouds cleared as we reached the top, feeling a sense of achievement & enjoying great views over Capetown & along the coast.
The afternoon was spent at ...
... tell wasn't quite himself the morning of the JSE Stock Exchange, but when I asked if he was feeling okay he said he was fine (a day later I was giving him vitamin C pills and a concoction of over-the-counter cold meds). Anthony got sick a couple days later when we were already at the Cape, and then Samir got it. I held out until our last night. ...
... was fitted in front of the drawer system with a pipe and Gardena gun accessible from of the rear door on the kitchen side. This water will only be used for drinking and refilled with bottled water if necessary. The old water tank under the left wheel arch was rusted, so we had a new 44 litre aluminium tank made to the same dimensions. We will use this water purely for washing up and ...
... up on the windows, we realized that the single sweater and long sleeve shirt between the two of us would not be enough. It was a cold ride.
The desert is freezing on a winter night, especially the last few hours before dawn, coincidentally the time during which we crossed the border. Each customs wait entailed a 90 minute outdoor lineup full of rattling teeth and watching body heat escape as misty breath. At least it was ...
... Along the route, the landscape was stunning as we passed vineyards and mountains which we could see in the far distance. These were the Cedarberg Mountains and we were heading towards them Alex told us! Yeahhhh!
Time went by fast and after having been on the road for a good two hours and a half, NTando suddenly drove off it and onto the ...