Gentle on My Mind

Cape Town is a real charmer. We ended our six weeks in Southern Africa with a long weekend enjoying the city, which was definitely not enough time to fully experience the spectacular hiking, wildlife and many delicious (yet inexpensive!) wines. If I was to return anywhere from this trip, this would be the place.

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Spending time at Foxy Beach with my new besties
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Maaaaam!
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Posers at Boulders Beach
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I could not believe how close you get to the penguins here- this little dude just waddled right up to say hi!
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Rainy day at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
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Kiteboard heaven
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Cable car heading up to the top of Table Mountain
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The view from Kloof Corner
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We loved Boulders Beach so much that we had to visit one last time
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“Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?”
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Sunbathing next to African penguins was one of the great highlights of my life. Goodbye Cape Town, thanks for the good times!

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