Ultimate Africa: Good bye Cape Town

I just checked into another hostel: Once in Cape Town.This is the starting point of my tour across East Africa all the way to Nairobi. The sun is shining, the music in the background is quite relaxing and I am just watching the city go by. The bus for tomorrow is parked outside and a sign that the adventure that I am here for is a short few hours away.

Yesterday I went to Cape Point and Cape of good Hope, passing by Clifton’s beach, Camp Bay and stopping at Hout’s Bay, Chapman’s Peak and Boulder’s beach. The trip lasted an entire day and I believe it was worth the 700 rand. The last leg to Cape Point Visitor’s centre was cycling and boy! I am so out of practice. But it was fun.

I believe Cape Point is the furthest point in Africa and this is here where the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans meet.

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