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... be some snow on the mountains in the distance. But there will be no heat for anyone apparently. Which is just so strange.
So that's sort of what's been going on with me. Some crazy things may happen in the next week - we're going to get a rental car and I will be learning a little how to drive on the wrong side of the car and the wrong side of the road, which should be fun. I'm going to see penguins! And a variety of other things. For now, sleep!
... of them. We actually felt homesick for our Cape Town friends and home after we drove away. It was an incredible two days, complete with several newfound friends, a dash of tourism, copious wine, lots of dancing, some soccer and plates of life-changing braai brekkie. Dennis met Sarah, our Cape Town connection, while traveling in Vietnam six years ago. Sarah was traveling with her cousin, Brigid, and they all became friends, visiting museums and going out ...
... chilly particularly at the top of Table Mountain. We then headed to the coast and Camp bay where we had a very god cappuccino. We finished tour and walked about the water front for a while, had some dinner and walked back . Just finishing a cup of team while watching some TV. Tomorrow we have arranged a private tour to head down to the Cape of Good Hope and some other sights
Our day today ( Sept 15) was great with trip to Cape of ...
... cotton candy, soccer games, face painting and more for the students, parents, community members and US! We had kids hanging on us like monkeys. The highlight was a little girl coming up to me and saying, "I remember you from yesterday!" I said, "Awww... you do?" She says, "Yes, I want to be just like you! I went home last night and put on pink pants and made a pretend microphone and acted like you all night at my house." Oh my gosh.... REALLY?? She mimicked my presentation ...
... blog and time will permit, we’ll also try to put up a bit of video footage of the penguins, and of a section of roadway where both oceans were visible at the same time.
We had a fabulous day, touched the Indian Ocean for the first time, and saw great stuff. We hope you enjoy some of the pictures. And damn those baboons for hiding from us.
Oh, and by the way, no “Dr.Livingsone, I presume.”
Catherine & Terence
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TravelPod Member ReviewsdysART Cape Town
If you're like us, we wanted a quiet relaxing place to stay after our long flights, conferences and sightseeing.
DysArt is that place.
Quiet and comfortable and very hospitable, it's the perfect place to get over your 9,000 miles of jet lag and the hosts will spoil you here.
It's one of the best B&B's we've ever stayed in.
You owe yourself this treat!!
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