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... is this guy) and everyone else got stuck into more wine. We all ate, drank and shared the funny stories for the day, but Candice and I decided it was time to call it a night when Colin and Siebert pulled out a bottle of Jagermeister and started doing shots. Animals.
I'm getting a bit tired of writing this but yes - the next day I was pretty hungover as you can imagine. Candice planned to spend the rest of her time with some family friends, so after she took off I ended ...
Our 3rd day was spent on a hop on- hop off open top bus tour which surprised us for being our favourite day. After touring the city we visited the beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens set against the amazing backdrop of Table Mountain. We followed this with a visit to Groot Constantia Vineyard for some …. burger tasting! After a yummy lunch and brief wander around the pretty estate it was back on the bus for a scenic costal drive past ...
... wasn't a feeling I had experienced in a while. In addition, the first few days in Cape Town, I felt slightly overwhelmed with planning analysis paralysis. There was so much I wanted to do but it was very difficult to figure out how to do it all and the logistics with which to do it. I ended up sorting out plans with a travel agent which helped a ton though there were still a few loose ends. Aside from expensive taxis, I couldn't find any form of organized ...
... from Nova Scotia, Canada. As we cruised out of the harbor, past the majority of the South African Navy (a couple of frigates and two submarines, only one of which is evidently seaworthy), I was relieved that the water was relatively calm. That sense of security was quickly shattered as we hit the breakwaters, as the waves became intense and jarring. We plodded through six to eight-foot waves and Katherine and I -- who were on top -- held on, and worried about how ...
... a rather cold win is gusting on your wet unprotected skin... not easy, but we all pulled through. After we went up to the upper deck of the vessel to observe the sharks ... and we saw that this was probably the best observation point.
Once everyone had their turn, it was time to return to the marina for a lunch and see adventure on DVD, that a filmmaker had made. The return trip was pleasant and we met Michel for coffee at 3 pm.
A very good experience!