Snaps: Summer in Cape Town

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On top of Lion’s Head. We set out at 4pm one Wednesday afternoon in search of Watchman’s Cave… and ended up climbing all the way to the top!
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The view from the top of Lion’s Head really is spectacular. Let’s never forget that.
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Did you know that Signal Hill is known as Vlaeberg in Afrikaans? I never did!
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Sea Point sunsets <3
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One morning in early December, I headed to Clifton 2 long before any crowds could descend. As I lay there soaking up the sun, I suddenly felt something brushing against my hip. I almost swiped it away, but luckily I looked first and saw this beauty just chilling there. What a surreal moment of perfection.
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Glen Beach at dusk
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Glen beach
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Last paddlers coming in at Glen Beach
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The 12 Apostles bathed in light
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Clifton 2 before 10 am
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Mass yoga and meditation on Camp’s Bay beach.
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My favourite nursery – Montebello in Newlands
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Saluting the sun on Camp’s Bay Beach.
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Beach meditation and the 12 Apostles hiding away under a fluffy duvet.

4 thoughts on “Snaps: Summer in Cape Town

    1. Thanks, Jacques! I’m really glad you enjoyed it. Had a little squiz at your blog too – super cool! Love all your hiking posts. Actually did the Genadendal trail recently and wrote about it over at Slow Drive (think you’d enjoy the stuff we do there too!)

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