After Botlierskop, we stayed in Knysna for the night and then made our way back to the Cape Town area
|We went to the very vibrant waterfront area in Knysna where these children were fishing|
in the late afternoon sun.
|We stayed in the Cambalala Guest House which was exceptionally high standard |
and very modern. The owners are charming and the rooms a very good size
with good views over the harbour.
|Apart from the views - breakfast was excellent.|
|We drove back to our friends house in time for another spectacular sunset over Gordon's Bay.|
|Next morning as there was no cloud we went to Table Mountain. Very clever|
cable cars that rotate as you go up, so everyone gets a good view.
|The view over cape Town is breathtaking. You can see for miles. This is looking north, over the city.|
|On the top, if you are lucky you see the unofficial mascot of Table Mountain, |
a Dassie - or to give it it's proper name a rock hyrax, which is related to the elephant
even though it is only a foot long and furry.
|The next day, we drove along the coast road past Gordon's Bay to Cape Hangklip and on to Hermanus.|
The drive is stunning.
|Another view of the coast road on the return journey.|
|Back at our friends we had a BBQ and had this moonset following the exact path of the sunset 10 minutes earlier.|