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Monday, 12 September 2011

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crystal

You guys are so cute! That aquarium looks fabulous.

Jodi

Your blog posts have finally reached the same continent as you! Capetown sounds wonderful and I hope to go there also someday!

Marchbanks

Well, of course worsies are gonna be sausages--take it from Dutch to German and you get really quickly to wursts. :)

Jeanne @ CookSister!

Love it - especially the hot sausages (warm worsies" sign! Love the Bo-Kaap - my sister actually lives there and from her house you can hear the muezzins doing the call to prayer throughout the day from the neighbourhood mosques - very atmospheric. Also LOVE the 2 Oceans aquarium - the kelp forest was my favourite - totally hypnotic. I wanted one in my lounge!! That drive along the seafront through Sea Point, Camps Bay, Clifton etc etc is one of my favourites - how the other half lives!! So glad that you enjoyed your introduction to Cape Town :))

Boots in the Oven

It's great! I want more aquariums to visit.

Boots in the Oven

Jodi! I hope you're having a great time on your European extravaganza! We have SO much catchup to do... sigh.

Boots in the Oven

There you go! I think the picture threw us off more than anything.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, Jeanne - with your help, our South Africa trip was so much fun! The Bo-Kaap is very cool, and we loved hearing the call to prayer while we were there. And the aquarium is one of my favorites of all time - what a wonderful layout!

Su-Lin

Did you take a hyrax home?

Boots in the Oven

I WISH! Couldn't fit one in the backpack.

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