a day in peninsula
Cape Town Travel Blog› entry 17 of 22 › view all entries
February 19th, 2008 – by: tacco14
Firstly we took a boat at the Hout bay to see seals on Duiker island . I always think they seem to be lazy, lying down on the rocks, doing sunbathing and jumping into the sea to get cool and eat fishes. What a lazy life..
The second place is the boulders beach to see penguins, close to simon's town.
We had lunch at a beach near to cape of good hope. While we were eating, we had to keep eyes on the baboons not to be taken anything. The driver told us they take everything, especially small bags, because they believe something to eat should be inside in small bags.
After the lunch, we arrived at the sign of the cape of good hope. Of course I took a pic of me here even though it is too touristic. It's like a certification that "I'm here" to show my friends, I should take this pic.
To the light house, there is a about 40-minutes walking path with nice ocean view. I really enjoyed those views. At the light house there is a pole with many city signs. I remembered that one Australian guy from Perth said, "Why does it always have only SYDNEY, not PERTH". He must love his city! I'm from Chiba prefecture, where locates right next to Tokyo, but I always say "I'm from Tokyo", because foreigin people know Tokyo but don't know Chiba.
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