Radisson Blu Hotel Blaauwberg, Cape Town
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... a leisurely 2 hour lunch!
We were supposed to visit the penguin colony at Boulder's beach and the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens but with the weather being so horrendous and it getting late in the day, we had to drive back to Cape Town with George promising to take us to another penguin colony on one of our remaining days; which was fine by us.
We drove through the pretty towns of Kalk Bay and ...
... to make our flight to our last destination. Our anniversary day consisted of a looottt of travel time and hours of driving.
Today when we were racing the clock (which usually wins) and trying to catch our flight, while traveling through awful construction, down hours of dirt roads, passing severe poverty, and not eating because we didn’t have time to stop, I took a few minutes during the clock race and thought back on our year of ...
... time there. Oh and it’s almost on the beach so we ran straight there
to catch the last hour of sun. Such an amazing place. At night we had dinner in
the restaurant, which almost on the beach too. I mean the tables were on the
sand, there was a big fire at the middle of the area and some candles on the
table. We just enjoyed it so much!
On Friday we got to bed early because it has been a long
Saturday we woke up around 8.00 to ...
... stories but these things were a psrt of my trip and in the end this trip made me a happier person for sure. Not only am I grateful for what I have but I'm also ready to share with people what I have to offer for the rest of my life. Never can I imagine traveling somewhere in the world without trying to make a difference in it. I'll be volunteering for the rest of my life and I have South Africa, the kids and the amazing souls I've met volunteering to thank for that ...
... for what Americans call a devil's three way. What a nice fun fact of the day! J and his wife D were kind enough to take me surfing at Scarborough beach. Unfortunately the waves there were huge and "dumpy", far too advanced for a newbie like me. Even J and D had trouble out there. J got caught by a massive wave which crashed down on him, breaking his surf board in two. He himself was almost broken in two. After the surf debacle, they brought me to an ostrich farm to ...