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... but this is Africa.
Back to the car and on around the bay, very busy here, and I guess we are getting nearer to a big city. The roads are quite congested. Got to Fish Hoek, and took the road across the peninsula to Hout Bay. Nearly there! It had only been a 70 mile drive from Hermanus, but somehow it felt as though we had spent the whole day in the car.
Oooops! We had heard the the Chapman's Peak road (v famous and I had never heard of it ...
... English is one of them. I cannot understand any of them
_it's nice being able to drink the water
_ a lot of the stores play oldies music, my generation oldies, so they are really oldies
- Christmas carols and Christmas decoration are prevalent. We are in shorts and t-shirts, it doesn't seem right
_ when talking with people in the Volvo race we learned that on one of the legs, the boats are closer to the ...
... something about dinner with Charlize in the title? What's up with that? So as we saunter into the restaurant, we are seated at a table a few feet away from a booth with a number of people in it. The guy sitting in the middle on the side facing me was someone we would all recognize in an instant...Mr Sean Penn. I don't recognize either of the two people sitting next to him but as I swing around our table a bit to sit down, I catch a ...
... Swallows were swooping low over the water as we swam, taking little sips of water as they skimmed the surface. Tuesday 18th. Addo. We got up early today and went off on a horse ride. The stables are near the entrance gate, and you have to walk through a tunnel underneath the railway embankment, the ceiling of which is embossed with swallows' nests. They have some fine looking horses. Mine was a white mare called Moonlight. There was an English mother and son on the tour with us, and ...
... ride past the shanty towns and all quickly fell asleep. The six hour time difference definitely makes it hard to keep up with the schedule! Then this morning(Monday) I woke up bright and early to start the day. I woke up at 7:45 am which is really 1:45 at home, to see the sun rise and realized that we were right at the base of table mountain. After a quick photo session of the sunrise we met up with our tour guide and started the day of seeing south Africa's coast. The ...