From helicopter tours to shark cage diving… We’ve done it all… Here’s my diary of two days spent in Cape Town, one on the land, one in the sea. Unfortunately for me, that last one didn’t really end well (read: seasick). Anyway, we saw the whole coastline when we travelled around with Richard, our guide/hotel driver. He told us several things about animals, places in South Africa and so on. Baboons for example, are very very dangerous. If we’d meet one along the way, we had to be careful. We did meet that one from the picture, but luckily not up close.
In between Richard’s fun facts and driving from one point to another, we had the time to visit a seal island in Hout Bay. Cutiespies, I tell ya! What else? Oh yeah, the jackass penguins! They were the last stop before heading back to the hotel. Funny little fellas Oh and we went up to Cape Point and down to Cape of Good Hope, so proud I can say I’ve been there. It’s nothing special really, besides the magnificent nature around you… Ah, South Africa, I do miss you!
Third day, shark day. I was afraid at first, but since my breakfast was having the urge to … well you know, I couldn’t be more happy to jump in that ice cold water. Now I know how Jack died in Titanic… Nah, just kidding, it was okay No sharks to be found in the water while we were in it, sadly… I saw them when I was on the boat, struggling to keep my balance. Quite surreal to see a shark, that’s one thing I can say…
And how are you doing? Planning a trip to the sun? Don’t shop for bikinis or sunglasses just yet, because I have a surprise!