Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Cape Agulhas, Southern Tip of Africa


Cape Agulhas, where the
Atlantic and Indian Ocean collide.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Boulders Beach - Part 2


I introduced Boulders Beach in last week's post. We were there with my mom and step-dad over the 2017 December holiday. Today's photos are mostly of the protected African penguin colony that resides there and a few photos of us along the boardwalk. The little brown animal in one of the photos is a rock rabbit, more commonly known in South Africa as a dassie.

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Boulders Beach - Part 1


One of the best beaches to visit in Cape Town is Boulders Beach. It's part of the South African National Parks and an entrance fee is required, but that also keeps the number of visitors down. The beach is well protected from wind and the water is shallow where you enter, making it very family friendly. The best part is that the African penguins hang out here!

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Amanda

African Penguins




Amanda and Samantha

Samantha, Amanda, Jeremiah, and Jessica

Robbie (aka Hubby)

Jessica






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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - Part 3


We arrived at our destination and some of us explored the walking paths near the lighthouse. Cape Point is at the tip of the Cape Peninsula and 60 km from Cape Town. We road the funicular to the top. On our way back to the parking lot, we saw the baboons scavenging and harassing visitors with food. It's not permitted to feed them, because this will only perpetuate the problem.

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The Funicular

The Flying Dutchman Funicular

Jeremiah, Amanda, and Samantha
climbing the stairs

Jessica and Jeremiah














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