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... Namibia, we felt like we had reached the home straight - ahead of us was South Africa, with excellent roads, good campsites, and a vaguely efficient border. How wrong we were.
For some unknown reason, the truck we were travelling in is British registered. This proved a problem as it is therefore not allowed to carry passengers in South Africa. The plan was that another Acacia truck would come up from Cape Town and meet us at the border and then take us back down. ...
... relax and do nothing for the rest of the day! Fun and games this afternoon. We had already been informed that the Namibian authorities were insisting on a face to face immigration examination before passengers could disembark in Luderitz tomorrow! We have now learned that they will only provide a minimum number of officers and if the Captain insisted on more then the passengers would have to pay for them. They are also insisting that Namibians crew the tenders to take ...
... and beautiful view of Noordhoek Beach. Unfortunately we did not make it into Cape Point Park before close at 1800 :( So we had to turn around and make the hour drive back. We were able to view the tail end of the sunset at the Twelve Apostles for dinner. The food was excellent and the sunset beautiful. We are excited about our Cape Town wine tour ...
Walk the route I did before across the plateau. Stunning views. Hardly any wind and it's so silent. Stop and listen. To silence. Not a breath of air. No extraneous noise. Whatsoever.
Make Maclear's Cairn. At 3,500ft the higest point of Table Mountain. Amazing views of Cape Point. Sense of direction confused by the sun. It goes east to west via north. Not what us northerners are used to.
Celebratory wine gum or two and a swig of ...
... didn’t really consist of much for Laura and I and everyone else kind of went along with it. We were originally going to go to a bar that was showing a movie on the roof with popcorn included in the price, but annoyingly it was full. So this prompted us to take over the TV room in the hostel with a multitude of snacks. And again, Laura and I had an early night with the next 3 days consisting of some amazing tours around Cape Town. ...