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Today is the day I go to one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cape Town, Table Mountain. I took the cable car up and it was amazing! This is already my favourite activity of the trip! The scenery was beautiful, you could see so much of Cape Town from up there. It was about a 5 min journey up the mountain and the higher you get the better the views get.
... farewell dinner at GOLD restaurant. The restaurant was really unique because when we got there, we had a drumming session for 30 minutes or so when they taught us how to play the drums. Once the session ended, we went to our dinner table and all the meals were pre-selected for us so we did not have to choose any food choice. We were able to try a wide variety of food there which were very tasty. During our meal, ...
... but after bribing her with some biltong (what a waste!!) they are now best friends, and I think all the doggies now have him wrapped around their little finger (or paws in this case). Tonight we also have Gabby here, Nettie’s daschund, who has come to stay for a week while Nettie is away.
So to update on the last few days, there’s been lots of eating and drinking, and then a bit more eating and drinking, a walk or two thrown in there somewhere, and a ...
Driving to the Cape Town seaside, we watched heavy surf produce thick sea mist like fog - so picturesque. Then we ventured to the Cape Town harbor area ("V&A Waterfront") which is beautifully designed - it's a working harbor combined with a shopping area like Newport's Fashion Island. It's what Rick wanted to for LA Harbor if "Management" would have agreed to it - oh well, LA's loss. Meanwhile, ...
... we ended up going to Delaire Graff which was a really nice looking vineyard, really chick but the problem were the wines, none of them were good. We tried Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve but none of them was actually good.
Later we left Sandra at the entrance to the vineyard Rustenberg, said good bye to her and head out of Stellenbosch. Our next destination was the Cheetah Outreach, close to two cities: Somerset West and Strand.