The Last Word Constantia
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... and where for a few months of the year whales are resident. Unfortunately this is the wrong time and the last whales were seen about 3 weeks ago. We seem to miss the whales in most places we visit, probably because we wait until it is warmer.
The town has lots of good restaurants and there are easy cliff footpaths and trails for walking.
Since Knysna our journey feels as though it is coming to an end as the wild, challenging and sometimes ...
Monday I was so excited to see my kids, I missed them so much over the weekend! And it was an awesome morning at childcare. Firstly,I I walked I'm and Raymond was looking around for me, spotted me and ran to me so fast and I picked him up and he held me so tight I literally teared up. It was just a morning full of those moments. Malakai, who was new to childcare when I came, was hurt and came to me (which was rare till ...
On the fifth day of my trip I was really excited because I was going to one of Cape Town's theme parks.Ratanga Junction theme park has more then 30 attractions including 23 rides ranging from kid rides to family rides and thrill rides for the brave.
I woke up around 7am. I had a buffet breakfast at my hotel. which was delightful. Then I had to get dressed and ready to go for my ...
... We went to The cape of Good hope where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic Ocean !! Whilst driving through the park we saw ostrich running freely by the sea!! And one came bounding up to the car and was very interested in Mother pecking at her window!!! We also saw some Bontebok which are a type of deer like creature in lots of different colours. We then came back to Cape Town on the coastal road through Chapman Speak Drive which ...
Franshhoek today is a quaint little village filled with many eateries, boutique shops and wineries. Not being much for shopping and knowing that anything we buy we have to carry or ship, we skipped the shops. Now wine, that can be consumed so we spent our time "visiting" wineries. Having to select one out of so many vineyards, we chose Grand Provence - and was it grand! The grounds at Grand Provence house ...