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... spend time looking around and and visiting numerous places and venues. I am sure that any visitor would be spoilt for choice during a visit here - what have I seen and done during my time in Cape Town? Starting with the obvious - a trip to the top of Table Mountain, a trip out to Robben Island. Visits to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope and the Kirstenbosch botanical gardens. Also to Bo Kaap - Malay quarter to see the ...
... canals, theme parks, hotels and luxury apartments. We stopped for a photo shot at Table Bay before continuing through the suburbs, passing such landmarks as SA Breweries, Sporting Stadiums, Hospitals, Unis, Ronderbosch Fountain and Cecil Rhodes former estate. Southward on Paradise Road through leafy affluent suburbs, home to the rich, Royalty and diplomats.
The Table Cloth was ...
... of whom I think we will be climbing all day! It took us about 2 hours to get back down. Overall I was pleased we choose to walk down rather than up.
After the climb we headed back to the waterfront for lunch and few light refreshments before catching a cab to the airport to head back up to Jo'berg.
We couldn't get the kids into the lounge at the airport so we left them to entertain themselves for about 45 minutes while ...
For the rest of the afternoon I spent the day touring and hiking through the Table Top Mountains. Never have I been so tired in my life but at the same time witnessed so much beauty in one country, before my adventure I had packed myself a picnic lunch so when I reached the top of the trail I sit down and enjoy my lunch looking out over South Africa and its spectacular ...
... here seems to be that the colder it gets, the wider the windows should be opened, in order to get the germs out. I can confirm that this is NOT helpful - I have picked up the world's worst cold, undoubtedly from one of the children, and so I have spent much of the week hibernating. Without doubt, it's time to head north and find the sun!
On Wednesday, I had a long chat with the Principal of Prestwich. He told me so much about the school and ...