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... of Cape Town. Amazing building of houses on the side of hill and the Atlantic Ocean at its best.
Weather here is coldish and ******, rain, cloud on the mountains and a bit of wind.
Sorry to bore you all with this stuff, I was meaning to use the blog more as a diary than to publish to all and sundry. You will find it all a bit of a yawn I suspect. Just turn it off in which ...
We found six troops of Baboons. More precisely Chacma Baboons are found in South Africa. They were at:
- De Hoop Nature Reserve (Seaside)
- Hluhluwe Imfozoli Game reserve (African Bush)
- Franschhoek Pass (Mountains)
- Mountain Pass going from the Garden route to the Karoo (Mountains)
- Crossing on the railing over a major ...
... looking the harbour. The breakfast spread was enormous and varied. Jackie had salmon and scrambled egg followed by sushi and prawn crackers. I had an omelet, sausages, bacon, pancake, fruit etc etc. The lift managed to get us back up to our room, where we mineswept the complimentary Molten Brown shower gels and we prepared ourselves to take a proper walk round the V&A Waterfront. We were just about to leave the room, when the rain started to lash down. ...
... Of course after double checking, the tram too was still not "open". Come on TT! Finally we threw in the towel and decided to just hike back down. I was surprised to find hiking back down wasn't scary at all. I couldn't get down quick enough since the lower I got the warmer it became. Stan kept up with me but I pretty much left the rest of our crew in the dust and uncharacteristically didn't care about being polite and waiting. I was freezing! It was all good though. ...
... in the past, but never really done a formal tour of Cape Town, nor had she had the chance to take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain, which was our primary goal of the day. It was a beautiful, clear, and warm day -- perfect for sitting on the top of the open-air double-decker tour bus. It was, however, quite windy, which we learned is quite common ...