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Back in the car and up we climbed and drove through a Naval base and out the other side.
We had bypassed any potential traffic while seeing the scenic route !
Soon we were back on the main road and had turned off and passed the prison we had passed this morning.
We drove through the part of Cape Town where there are many embassies – ...
... species of antelope including Bantebok and Eland (tick, tick!) and other rarer one which we didn’t see. Perhaps the best animal we saw was the Chacma baboons! Apparently there are over 375 of these in 11 troops! We saw various groups and individuals as we drove around. We stopped at both the Cape of Good Hope to gaze at the oceans and climb up a portion of the cliff and also at the Cape Point Lighthouse where those of us with some energy climbed ...
... food haha. The servings were tiny and I swear Brazio had probably never seen any of that type of food before. But because it's Brazio he smiled and laughed and told us how much he loved us and we had an awesome dinner in the end. I think he was grateful for the experience and hanging with us more than anything. He literally is one of the happiest people I've met ever in my life so I was happy to shout him some dinner and drinks - he was so thankful it was an amazing ...
Woke early on the last day at sea, for a first sighting of Table Mountain rising out of the Atlantic Ocean. However, by the time we got closer the clouds had come down and the mountain had disappeared from view. Seemed to take ages to get processed through immigration and off the ship, but eventually I had a nice 3 month visa and was wandering round the city.
Unlike the previous places, I suppose Cape Town doesn't really need an introduction. When the weather is ...
... a guy from New Zealand who is going to Tanzania after South Africa. He said he's going to run 9 straight days of marathons (390 km) from Dar Es Salaam to Mount Kilimanjaro. Then he's going to climb Kilimanjaro. That's impressive and crazy at the same time. He wants to do all of the 7 summits (he's already done Aconcagua, running from Chile to ...