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Travel Blogs from Cape Town
... strange, though, when you notice them perpendicular to the contour of the sloping land, so double-click that one to see it big enough to really notice this strangeness.
Along the way, we stopped in a lovely little café for jazz and coffee, we delighted in the beach and ocean views and the views of the city from higher elevations, and these are also depicted in today’s photos.
The memorials of the slavery era and the ...
... 8217;à 6 mètres… dans notre cas, on a pu en observer d’une grandeur de 3 mètres… ce qui personnellement me suffisait amplement.
Premièrement, il faut spécifier que le plus grand danger auquel nous faisions face était surtout de ne rien voir du tout. C’est un peu comme aller à Tadoussac pour voir les baleines… c’est vrai qu’il y en a beaucoup, mais rien de ne garantit de voir les bêtes en question. C’est connu, à part à ...
... Town was amazing. The penguins were really cute. Since it is their molting season (when they lose their feathers and grow new ones), they were all on land. There were lots of babies too. On the boat ride, they were releasing four penguins into the water. The penguins were found as abandoned eggs and were raised in a shelter. When they were released, they tried to swim back to the boat at first then just kind of floated ...
... of the city. As it was I
hostel-hopped, wandered the city, enjoyed the nightlife and did a few
touristy day trips and hikes. It was a great week, but I was
definitely ready to get back to the Wild Coast by the end of it.
the highlights of the week in Cape Town was getting to know Julian
and Heather, two awesome climate organizers who started a project
called The Million Person Project, and who were also at COP 17. ...