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Paul Daly
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Goodbye Africa
Our days in  Africa came to a close with a quiet beachside sundowner meal close to where we have been staying.   We were facing two very long flights, 12 hours to Istanbul, a nine hour stop over, then 11 hours to Toronto. Our African experience had been so ...

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Last a days in South South Africa
Our time in South Africa was coming to a close.  We were starting to wind  down and to focus  on the logistics of leaving.   This included packing our  cases with our purchases tucked away to ensure that zippers would still close, confirming flights and doi...

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Cape Agulhas
We left Herman's and made our way further to the west heading to Cape Agulhas which is the actual most southerly tip of the continent.  It is the point at which the two oceans, the cold Atlantic and the warmer Indian meet.  Again we were hoping for good swi...

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Hermanus
We had heard a lot about a little holiday village on False Bay which is frequented by Capetowners who are looking for a retreat from the city.  In addition, Paul was hoping for a place where he could finally swim.This has proven difficult due to water tempe...

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Penguins, The Cape Of Good Hope and Baboons
The next day we took advantage of having the car and went for a drive down the coast.  We started on the east side of the penninsula and drove through the touristy towns on False Bay.  We took our time, having coffee and doing some shoppjng in the trendy bo...

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cape 2
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cape 1
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Simon's bay
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Franschhoek
As the wind had been blowing for days, so strongly it actually made the apartment windows rattle, we made a decision to go into the mountains and take a hike.  we were convinced that vegetation would shield us from the wind, if any, in the shadow of the mou...

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Franschhoek
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