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... walked along the Long Street, had a delicious hotdog at 4.30 in the morning, get some pictures with a few local girls and were back in our hostel at 5.00. It was a great night! One of my best New Yearīs Eves!
Day 4: January 1, 2014
Luckily we drank responsibly the previous night so we didnīt feel so hangovered. However, in the morning we still took it very easy.
At about 16.00 we decided to go hiking to one of the peaks surrounding Cape Town ...
Reluctantly leaving the beautiful Canyon Lodge we travelled towards Cape Town. Crossing the boarder into South Africa the landscape changed dramatically, deserts became green rolling planes and the mountains became more dramatic. This area is the largest wine district in SA, vineyards stretched for miles beside the Oliphants River shadowed by the imposing Cederburg Mountain Range. This night we stayed at the Clanwilliam Hotel overnight and the following day ...
... it's a nice beach. Not as many ladies as we were hoping for on the beach though unfortunately. Seb has been in Cape Town before and wants to go to a German brewery bar so we need to work up a thirst - Best way to do that is to jump in the water here - it will remind you of Ireland on a summer's day. Refreshing is the best way to describe it. None of the famous Cape Town southwesterly wind and prob about 30 degrees or so - pretty nice day to laze on the beach.
Head for ...
... beds - a huge double bed space above 3
rows of chairs. We climbed up the tiny ladder to get in to it and closed
the curtains around us. It was perfect! Despite the journey taking 15 hours
instead of 12 we hardly noticed because we slept so well! Surprising how you
can get used to horns screeching at each other every few seconds and the
violent jerks that mean you just missed another crash!!!
We arrived in Palolem, a little beachside village which ...
... hour ride out to his house. That is so crazy because flying, it would only be about 2 hours.
I also spoke with Martin about my involvement at St. Anne's. In talking to him, I ultimately learned that in order to make my experience at St. Anne's an impressionable one, I need to take initiative and implement programs that would be helpful both to me and St. Anne's. I think I will struggle for a little while trying to figure out what skills I can provide to make ...