Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Cape Peninsula Trip...

Candace and I had the opportunity to take a couple of our Mercy Ships friends on a tour around the Cape Peninsula last month. It was a beautiful day and we saw many wild animals in the nature reserve, including penguins, antelope, zebras, baboons, ostriches, and more. We came home via Chapman's Peak Drive and the fishing harbour at Hout Bay, where we had lovely fish and chips for supper. It was a great day!

 World War II gun emplacement over False Bay.
 Simon's Town, False Bay.
 Boulder's Beach penguin colony near Simon's Town.
 A couple of African Penguins.
 Three bontebok at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.
 Zebra in the reserve.
 Tortoise along the road.
 Pretty flowers.
 Lovely Cape scenery.
 Windswept tree.
 A flock of ostriches.
 With our friends at the Cape of Good Hope.
 Looking down towards the Cape of Good Hope.
 Cape Point new lighthouse peeps out from behind the cliff.
 Cape Point.
 Rock pillars hold up the mountain.
 The old Cape Point lighthouse on the mountain above the sea.
 Slangkop Lighthouse at Kommetjie.
Chacma Baboon.

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