Travel Blogs from Camps Bay
... visit the farm, and if you choose to do a wine tasting this is a further cost. Personally I recommend visiting the restaurant or buying something in the deli rather than taste the wines as their strength is in the produce they produce and the setting itself with the wines only something to complete the experience.
... False Bay. Since it is now sunny, and the wind has died, it is the best place to have lunch.
After lunch, we take the 20 minutes walk up to the Old Lighthouse. As we are gaining altitude, the views are getting really nice. We spot some wild ostrich running near Cape of Good Hope. At the Lighthouse, the views are breathtaking. I wonder how rough it can get here in bad weather...
We go back to the car ...
... I was finally able to sleep! And I slept well. It was a good thing too as yesterday was a busy day! Yesterday I had the opportunity to go on a day tour of the Peninsula down to the most south westerly point of Africa. On the way I got to go on a boat ride to a seal colony, walk and see a penguin colony, and bike ride through a national park where there are species that exist no where else in the world. We then proceeded to go on a "walk" ...
... a few of these weird things came right up to me and my camera, it was time to walk back down to the bus and get the ‘must-have’ tourist picture at the Cape Point sign.
A brilliant day made better by absolutely amazing weather! And the day was improved further by treating ourselves to a game platter for dinner; Kudu, ostrich, venison, springbok and alligator. I think ostrich is by far my favourite, being the most tender and tasty. A brilliant day ...
... at Sabu, our tour guide’s house where we ate Roostercoke a biscuit with egg and cheese or chicken inside. Simple yet tasted nothing like I have ever eaten in the US. We then walked to the St. Fancsis catholic church where the community has their prestigious preschool and a playground program for the kids. Kids in South Africa learn colors and counting and they also try hard to teach children to read and write. However many children and adults are not ...
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