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... extra and take a funicular (cable car) to the top or they can walk up. We opted to walk up which was a good idea. The views on the way up were fabulous and at the top they were just breath-taking.
The wind was blowing really hard and we had to hang on to our hats so that they wouldn't blow away. Actually, it was a little daunting with the wind being that strong, at times and being so high up.
The peninsula ...
... born”. I can’t wait to see how they change this country as they come into adulthood.
As for the history of the Cape, there were the first peoples of the Khoi Khoi and the San (rock paintings). The first Europeans to “discover” the Cape were the Portuguese, with Bartholomeu Dias arriving in 1488 after journeying south, by ship, along the west coast of Africa. The next recorded ...
Sitting on Top of the world. Well that's how it felt... I was taking in the view on top of Table Mountain overlooking Cape Town. What a stunning view. Now I understood what all the stories and fuss is about... Having found my accommodation in Cape Town last night, a great little AirBnB house at the base of Table Mountain, I'd managed a good nights rest but still found myself waking ...
... from all the other animals. He didn't seem very happy and was wandering back and forth against the fence. He had appeared to be bleeding. There were two lions on the reserve and the other which we did not see was the alpha male. Anyways, the wind made the lion look beautiful. I was also amazed at how close we got because lions can jump - but we were advised to keep hands and objects inside the bus. We also witnessed a water ...
... way home from work. He's my new favourite person! The place I'm staying in is lovely and the staff have been wonderful helping me find my way around. I woke up feeling not at all jet-lagged this morning and headed down to the waterfront. It's a beautiful part of the city- lots of colourful buildings, live music, seals lounging around on the rocks and plenty of tourists. I spent some time people-watching while waiting for a ferry over to Robben ...
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