On Saturday we headed to Cape point, the drive there felt insanely long and it didn’t help that the gps maps lady, decided to take us on the craziest route ever created. We were zigzagging going through the navy base, feeling really awkward driving through military housing and somehow we got to the bottom feeling like we just trespassed on everyone’s property. We made it in the end and it was glorious.
Cape point is the most south-westerly tip of Africa, covered in fynbos, beaches, and beautiful little hikes and picnic areas. We kept having to stop thanks to ostriches thinking they are slow moving cars and refusing to get out of the road and some how finding their way in front of the car every turn we made. There is also a lot of baboon warnings around, we actually saw a baboon right as we got there, just chilling eating a slice of pizza, not a care in the world, as I tried to take my camera out it started making a dodgy looking stride towards me, so of course I ran away screaming like a little girl, while the baboon ran the other way obviously confused.
Being the cheap people we are we decided to give the “flying dutchman” or the little tram that can take you to the top in 3 minutes a skip and the walk up was great! we saw cute little mice and I found out that all the learn mandarin things I’ve been using are all a bunch of liars! They say that Asian people never say Ni hao………Well we saw all the tourists and I constantly heard everyone saying ni hao. Lesson learned!
Walking to the top is a treat for the eyes! Panoramic views of the ocean makes you feel like you’ve fallen into a painting. If Cape town could be any colour it would be blue. Blue like the skies and the water, it always seem like everything is just blending together.
^^ You can walk up all those little stairs.
^^ Pretty little cove.
^^ Flying dutchman
^^ Baboons signs everywhere. Not even close to the top.
^^ Pretty water. It was really windy down here and I’m not one of those girls that look magical in the wind. It looks like my hair is trying to kill me while my jacket slowly tornadoes around me.