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Our fight was delayed so we didn't reach Cape Town until dark. We reached our apartment and were greeted by gates, locks and 24 hour armed response signs! Having come from Lodges where we didn't even use our key it was a bit of a jolt back to reality, we felt like a couple of Impala's, easy tourist pickings in the urban jungle of mankind!
... that Jo, Justin and Shirley also come as well as the Brigdens so it is quite a reunion. We say our farewells to everyone in the late afternoon and then take another stroll around the Waterfront and have a ride on the Big Wheel. We then take a drive up to Signal Hill where we arrive just in time to see a magnificent sunset. The day ends with a quiet evening with the Brigdens sharing ...
... as it was just a huge supermarket in the middle of nowhere. We were soon back into civilisation with more vineyards, trees, houses, power cables and we even saw people!
As we left Namibia there were huge bill boards about Jesus and what not with a website reference of - www.howtogetintoheaven.com which I (Alice) personally, cannot wait to get on and read*.
Borders are the most miserable part of every country, they're in the middle of ...
... our drivers with Leonie, Paul, Jess and I getting in one car and the others hopping in the other.
The drive to where we were staying was beautiful as we passed by the University of Cape Town, where she went to school, and Table Mountain, which we vowed we would return to later in our trip. We also learned from Leonie there are 3 townships in Cape Town as we passed 1 or 2 of them. They are essentially little shanty towns with houses made up of whatever materials ...
... when I went to California and we went down town. After that we passed the Rhodes memorial, it looked like a Greek temple with bronze, moss covered statute in front. Just after we passed Rhodes memorial, we saw the university of Cape Town, which was huge and looked like it was filled with books. Once we had passed the university, we got to see the new-lands stadium. While we were ...