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While we here here last week we discovered a walkway to the newer lighthouse at Cape Point - situated way down the cliffs from the old one. Despite his morbid fear of heights, Neil and I walked along a cliff side path ( with sheer drops of about 200 ft into the bay). We made it there and back again with tons of photos taken. I'll publish all the pics when we get home in an online album- the internet is so flaky here - where is Virgin Broadband when you need ...
So we've had more days of bright blue skies and sunshine. I’m not sure if I’ve already said this, but we have been so blessed with the weather we have had here. We could have gone up Table mountain every day if we’d wanted to! We are certainly making the most of it and soaking up as much sunshine as we can, especially given that our monitoring of the weather in London is still showing lows of 2-3 degrees there! Brrrrrrrr!
On Easter Sunday morning after a ...
... The views from the top were absolutely amazing though, no pain, no gain !
The final climb to the top is via steel ladders and steel chains.
I stayed at the top for ages to take in the views.
An amazing first day.
On Sunday, I had pre-booked a tour of Robben Island.
This is where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years of his sentence.
The tours are all dependant on the weather and if it's too rough, ...
... pack up the kitchen. We bagged up a lot of our left over food and gave it to Cecil and told him that if he would like it he can have it or if he wants to give it away to Lucas or a church that he can do that too. At around 7:30, most of us were done packing and just hanging out now. We woke Cecil up from his nap and all just talked and spent our last few hours together as a family. It was hard not thinking about what was about to happen. Cecil kept ...
... told that I was probably the first white person to get his haircut in Crossroads leading to some very perplexed looks from people in the shop. My first week here I was called Justin Bieber, and now they call me Brad Pitt, so I guess I will be coming back to the barber shop in the hood more often. The haircut became somewhat of a team bonding event, excluding me of course as the entire barber shop was cracking jokes in Xhosa, the local language. It was a great ...
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