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  • Day5

    Cape Town

    September 14, 2017 in South Africa ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    We had a day walking around the city, looking at the colourful houses of a once poor area called Bo Cap. There are some impressive buildings around, many surrounded by some bad 1960's town planning and architecture. After coffee with a beaded giraffe we met up with friends for lunch at the world's best coffee shop! It was steampunk style decore with an amazing selection of coffee blends. We finished the day with more sightseeing before getting the ridiculously cheap uber taxi journey (a must at night) to The Bombay Bicycle Cafe for dinner and more good byes. We ended up continuing our farewells well into the early hours of the morning!Read more

    Lyndsay McDonnell

    Love the colourful houses and the giraffe. You two can't keep away from bikes can you even if it is only a cafe!! Your goodbye session sounds very long but good. Take care, love xxxx

    9/16/17Reply
    mg.bigadventure

    Very colourful! I'm still going through our trip photos, trying to get them down to a number people might actually want to see. We had 6,000 from our 4 months of travels - wonder how many you have from your much bigger trip?...

    9/16/17Reply
    Lynda Ralph

    Cape Town has a mixture of everything, but love the coloured houses. Can't see that happening soon in Houghton!!! Mind you, Tugby does now have a bike cafe & sells bikes & accessories 👍. Am going to miss your blogs, they've brought all your adventures to life xxx

    9/17/17Reply
    Tom Ralph

    Your snaps have bin fab, I'll miss my update of how the wild world is looking xx

    9/18/17Reply