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... with only one "body break" as they call them, we had lunch in the UCT cafeteria, where we got stared at like animals in a cage, then headed to downtown Cape Town!!
Downtown was absolutely breath taking and definitely not what I expected. We had never seen it before because it is on the other side of Table Mountain. The city is huge and beautiful. When you think of South Africa, you don't think of a city. But this city was like an American ...
... being hit by a car because I was looking left and not right (yes they drive the British way out here) we made it back save to the hostel and for the only time in Capetown I felt a little integrated. And the meat was the best I have ever had. The rest of my time in Capetown I used to tour some museums. The District 6 museum is done with so much personal insight and sad stories about the "cleaning" of the then melting point of Capetown, which fell victim to the Apartheid. The castle ...
... the bay”…”so close you
could almost touch them” etc etc. Graham and I were convinced it was all a big
in joke to the locals. Promise them whales and they will come in their
thousands! We’ll even put big signs up along the cliff path every 50meters with
information on the whales they can ‘see’! Genius!
As the shark dive was cancelled we had no rush to get back to
the hostel so decided to walk towards the town ...
We spent the day in Blouberg Strand, also called Blaauwberg Strand, meaning blue mountain beach in Afrikaans and Dutch respectively. I would imagine the name is such as the view of Table Mountain across the water is quite spectacular and, from such a distance, the mountain does look blue at times. But that's just a guess :-)
We had such a lovely day; Warren, Hannah, Sophie and I walked through the water where the waves of Big and Little Bay crash into each other. ...
... staff. After discussion on the decent it became apparent that miss if we had missed this cable car we would have faced the 1087m climb down in the dark.
We spent a couple of rainy days just enjoying Cape Town and it's incredible buildings. We managed to visit quite a few of the museums. The holocaust museum albeit slightly depressing was very interesting and particularly seeing it from the ...
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