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... category as the "Cape Malay." The Cape Malay food is a mix of these culture's foods and spices.
This place is nicer than our houses back home so we're enjoying the balcony overlooking Signal Hill on the top and the colorful houses of Bo Kaap. Yeah, there's still the mosques and calls to prayer to contend with 5 times a day, but they're not as loud as in Indonesia, that's for sure. And the location is central and close to shops and ...
... at times. Still, on we strolled at quite a lick (Sue nearly finished herself at one point tripping over!). We were stalked for a while by a young chap with a rucksack but I think he was actually hanging out with us as he also felt itchy on the walk! We went past the bus and train stations with their usual mix of the unwashed and cheap stalls, past the impressive City Hall and Castle of Good Hope and eventually to ...
... into the cool shallows, we were instructed on how to interact with the seals and what areas to look out for, we were soon off and the seals soon joined us, following us, nudging us, swimming in playful circle around us, even blowing bubbles (which I found out was something (What they do when they are happy) After what seemed like hours we were back on ...
... paper there are all the coupons, I found it surprising that they do not use a machine to do that. After the company tour we drove to Cape of Good Hope, the most southern part of Africa. This was probably my favorite part of the trip, I can not decide if it was this or Table Mountain. The view was amazing and the air was the freshest air I think I have ever inhaled. Did I mention the view was AMAZING? There were bamboos walking around and at the top where ...
... and as we expected Brock and I got along great with them, and the four of us along with the two bar tenders had a fun night together.
The next day we drove along dirt roads for 2-3 hours to a town called Gansbaai. Gansbaai is where tour companies take people out to the great white shark capital of the world. From here we did a cage shark diving tour. We were only on the boat for about 10 minutes and only about 500-1000 meters from the shore before ...
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