Down at the V & A Waterfront where you cane frame the amazing Table Mountain behind you!
Den Anker in the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town
V & A Waterfront Clocktower
This had some kind of historical significance...but I can't remember now as its been too long.
The views were incredible from Platterklip Gorge. The climb up to the top of Table Mountain proved to be a thousand steps, but worth every one of them!
Josh at the top of Table Mountain!
For a museum that had a ton of gold in it the security wasn't overly high...
Sizing Up Table Mountain
This is the small side of Table Mountain. Emily can be seen en-route to the hiking path!
View from the Gorge
This is one of the many incredible views from Platterklip Gorge.
View up Platterklip
View looking up at the steep slope of platterklip...lots more steps to go!
Admiring the view...
After a solid hour and half hike we made it to the top!
Selfie from the top of Table Mountain overlooking Camps Bay.
This is the view from Camps Bay looking up at the mountain. We caught the bus down from the mountain for a relaxing swim...although the water was a balmy 12 degree's so no swimming was to be had.
The morning clouds which roll over the mountain impressively quickly. They call it the Table Cloth.
Josh wandering through the vineyards at Delheim Winery in Stellenbosch.
Kids of the Township
These kids loved the attention of the camera and were more than happy to have their photo taken. This is from the township (slum) tour we did to see development projects in the area.
Boys Dancing School
To get young boys off the streets in the townships one woman started a dance studio to assist in preventing them going towards a life of crime and something for them to be passionate about.
The dancing school has even featured on South Africa's got talent!
This is a cosmetic store in the township. In stark contrast to those who live in the city.
The neighbourhood of Bohkaap is a colourful one. Where black people were forced to move to when the whites forced them away from the waterfront during the Apartheid. They created this colourful neighbourhood which is now a popular walking street, and is inhabited by the islamic community now.
Cape of Good Hope
Emily walking the Cape of Good Hope walking trail.