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... the swallows flying around the edge of the hill to see when the thermals are rising, and Wayne feels how the wind is on the bak of his neck. That, and another guy dropping a feather was pretty much it! This is Africa.....! Then again ater 23 years you just must know. Or so I as hoping.
It was finally time to go. Strapped up, GoPro camera on and in my hand ready, we were running and the 2 guys either side of us who help you gain speed on the launch ...
... a path along the canal. Best feature is it's washing machine (how practical am I!!) Had a lazyish day discovering the area and getting the last few essentials (filter coffee rather than the oxo flavoured instant they provide) Weather is really getting cooler but it will be great to ditch the car for a couple of days and use our legs for a ...
had a one and a half day stay at Capetown so we decided that the best
way to maximize our stay was to use the Hop On - Hop Off Bus. Of
all the cities we had visited, Capetown's Hop On Hop Off Bus gave the
best bang for the buck. At the equivalent of US$15.00 per person,
one can choose between the Red Line, or the Blue Line. For the
equivalent of US$25.00 one can use both the Red Line and the Blue
Line plus the addition of the Canal Cruise.
This morning, we got up and headed straight to Table Mountain. We rode the cable car up to the very top of the mountain, where we were able to enjoy the astonishing view for a short time before the clouds started rolling in and forming a blanket over the city. After descending the mountain, we went to the V&A waterfront, where we ate lunch at this awesome Moroccan-themed restaurant that grew some of its own vegetables ...
... multiple wings. It also had a historical look to it. Once the tour began, we watched some documents about how they used stray dogs to practice heart transplants - I believe they did 48 - then Barnard performed the first heart transplant on a human in 1967. The donor was a 25 year old girl named Denise who was declared brain dead after a car accident. The first heart transplant was a success but the man died 18 days later from many different previous issues that he had. ...