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... boards, I'm still unsure as to whether or not it was a help or a hindrance. Along the way, I had the opportunity to get quite close to some Rock Hyrax, as they maneuvered around the people to eat, while we all hiked past or took pictures. Just like the penguins, these guys don't care what's going on around them. In fact, I hear you can even pet them, though I thought it best to just let them be as I don't like it when I'm bothered while I'm eating. On my way ...
... with incredible viewpoints of the city. We could see for miles and miles from the top. It used to be a sketchy part of the city and pretty rough. A couple years ago an entire tour bus was robbed so since then there have been security guards on the hill. There's a large star on the top of the hill that lights up at night time. It's suspended on the top of the hill from a big set up and is made from recycled fences from Robben island. From there we went down into town to ...
... for a cup of coffee and then carried on towards the back of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch gardens and into Constantia.
We got back home and spent the rest of the afternoon lazing by the hot tub before Alexa and Jess came over for a cup of tea and a chat. Jess then stayed for a sleepover and we had a lovely meal at a Japanese tapas bar which was ...
A sleep in - only had to be ready by 9! Dick and Herman picked us up for a full day tour around the horn of Africa. Our first stop was the beautiful Kirstenbosch Gardens which covers hundreds of hectares, with samples of all fauna in South Africa. We admired the various protea (the weird alien-like pod flowers), strelitzea (birds of paradise), some great trees and wild geranium and gladiola. Did you know that all of the ...
... and performers etc. what a great place. I spent a few hours here before heading back to the hostel. I quickly freshened up and then popped out for dinner. I found a great burger place called Hudsons on Somerset and had an Ostrich hand burge. How very la di dah. Which, as it happened, was the name of the burger. I've always hated ostriches and felt no different when I saw them at Kwantu. Eating them was ...
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