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... Hout Bay after a fantastic drive. It's one of the best roads I've been on as it has the most spectacular views on the way round the Peninsular and the sky and scenery changes a lot as you drive around. Not to mention the bendy cliff-side roads haning over the ocean as you drive. I'd be useless being the driver though, I'd be way too busy looking at the mountains and not on the road, for sure.
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Denise and Brennan are the most active get up and go people I know. For those who don't know I met these guys last year when I moved in as a lodger never having met them before but it wasn't long before we became like family. They've just relocated back here from the UK and setting up their own businesses. I've been helping them with the marketing but in between that and meeting the family and all the social events we've been on beach walks, bike rides and ...
... scenic marathon in the world, but I don't think those eccentric quadricep muscle fibres agreed at the time.... To sweeten the deal for their lovely WAG's back in Oz who have to live alongside their training schedules, they were 'encouraging' us to register to do either the ultra or half marathon. Normally I don't need any encouragement for a running event but unfortunately with a pesky Achilles for most of the year there was no hope of the ultra. I was lucky enough though to ...
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 ...
... 1938 and it was incorporated into the Cape Peninsula National Park in 1998.
- The cliffs at the southern point, towering more than 200 meters above the sea, consist of three clearly defined promontories: Cape of Good Hope, Cape Maclear and Cape Point.
- Sometimes the Cape of Good Hope is also called the Cape of Storms. It is because around 650 ships have come to grief along the shores of the stormy Cape Peninsula.