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... side with the Atlantic Ocean to the opposite side to head to Table Mountain National Park. Along the way we saw baboons. Scott saw one on top of a house and before I could see him, it made its way down the side of the house. The are apparently quite a mennace here as over the years people have fed them and they have became fearless and now getting in to cars and have even attacked people for food. We made sure the food stayed in the van when we got out. We seen a few animals in ...
... stolen). The two
girls went 17 years after at the same school and became friends. All of their
friends were telling how the same they looked like. So the girl who haven’t
been kidnapped went to her mother and told her about the other girl. The mother
asked how old she was. When she heard that she was 17 years old she was sure it
was her kidnapped baby. She went to the police and they took blood test and it
appears it was really ...
... one the truck that went by quick since Doug bought wine yesterday and got on a plane this arvo so his wine got passed around... It had to be drunk... So the last drive in the truck was a great one with the music pumping and everyone in a great mood. Cape Town seems like a cool city so far. It's surrounded by the by an beaches with a backdrop of table mountain, what's not to love. For Doug and Ang's farewell, we headed straight to the Cape Town waterfront area, which is a really nice part ...
... chores we had been avoiding. Maarten took Friday off to bring us to Cape Horn. On the way we stopped at South Africa's oldest winery, Bolder's Beach (home of a bunch of endangered, funny looking penguins), a gem factory, and a beach for a picnic. Cape Horn was windy as all get-out, but absolutely spectacular. It's famous for being the southernmost tip of Africa, but is really second or third in line. I have a feeling the country just decided to label it as ...
... absolute heaven, and it's no wonder these two kids are so smart! After about four hours walking around the Waterfront with Nathan and Alex, we headed out. I decided to go with them and then turn back towards the hotel but that didn't work so well. I had been to the Waterfront many times, but every time I went there a certain way, and left that same way. This was completely foreign to me, and so after about 20 minutes I said bye to the guys, and walked in the direction that ...