The Great Travel Adventure: Western Cape 10

Back to Cape Town this week! 

Do visit my husband Ray’s website: http://www.rayscam.com/

A five star hotel opposite The Company Gardens.
A five star hotel opposite The Company Gardens.
Squirrel! At The Company Gardens.
Squirrel! At The Company Gardens.
Going into the beautiful gardens.
Going into the beautiful gardens.
Lotus.
Lotus.
My favourite flower, the arum lily.
My favourite flower, the arum lily.
The slave bell; to regulate the slaves and workers' working days.
The slave bell; to regulate the slaves and workers’ working days.
Long St; the entertainment strip :-)
Long St, one of the old streets famous for its restaurants and entertainment.
Signs...
Signs…
Ready for a meal.
Ready for a meal.
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Devil’s Peak, and a bit of Table Mountain is on the right.

The Great Travel Adventure: Western Cape 9

A few more from our Vredendal Road Trip for you this week.  

While you’re here, why don’t you visit my husband Ray’s website: http://www.rayscam.com/

Strandfontein.
Strandfontein.
Moody beach shot; also at Strandfontein...
Moody beach shot; also at Strandfontein…
Namaqualand daisies.
Namaqualand daisies.
The palms will guide the way.
The palms will guide the way.
In the distance.
In the distance.
The gate...
The gate…
Stouman's Winery vineyard.
Stouman’s Winery vineyard.
Die Keldery; where we enjoyed a lovely brunch.
Die Keldery; where we enjoyed a lovely brunch.
All in a row...at Die Keldery
All in a row…at Die Keldery
Pretty little vygies!
Pretty little vygies!

I hope you enjoyed the Vredendal trip…next weeks it’s back  to Cape Town! 🙂

The Great Travel Adventure: Western Cape 8

While we were in South Africa, we took a three day road trip to Vredendal; along the west coast. It was very beautiful and a wonderful experience. Here are some of the photos I took along the way.

Do have a look at my fiancé Ray’s website: http://www.rayscam.com/

Coming up towards Langebaan; a place where Ray used to go all the time with his first wife and children.
We’re on the way…
Langebaan itself.
Langebaan; Ray used to come here every year with his first wife and children.
Beautiful clear ocean...
Beautiful clear ocean…
The mountain ranges were fabulous.
The mountain ranges were fabulous.
Clanwilliam Dam
Clanwilliam Dam
Some houses along the Dam; what a place to live.
Some houses along the Dam; what a place to live.
Kransbrug (bridge) crossing the Olifant River near Klawer.
Kransbrug (bridge) crossing the Olifant River near Klawer.
Leaving Klawer in the distance.
Leaving Klawer in the distance.

Klawer close up
Klawer close up.
It's a loooong road!
It’s a loooong road!

See you with more next week 🙂

The Great Travel Adventure: Western Cape 7

Hello again!

The lovely Cape Town this week! Shots from Signal Hill of the beautiful mountain ranges and the city centre…

Please visit my fiancé Ray’s website: http://www.rayscam.com/

Lion's Head...we were going to climb that but on the planned day, the weathered wasn't too good.
Lion’s Head…we were going to climb that but on the planned day, the weather wasn’t too good.
A bit of Cape Town and the other suburbs in the distance. Devil's Peak is on the right.
A bit of Cape Town and the other suburbs in the distance. Devil’s Peak is on the right.
Cape Town zoomed in...
Cape Town zoomed in…
Panoramic view showing Devil's Peak on the left, then the famous Table Mountain, the Lion's Head and the start of the Twelve Apostles.
Panoramic view showing Devil’s Peak on the left, then the famous Table Mountain, the Lion’s Head and the start of the Twelve Apostles.
A shot of the harbour with the V&A Waterfront on the left.
A shot of the harbour with the V&A Waterfront on the left.
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I think this is a bokmakierie…
Green Point and Moulle Point in the distance.
Green Point and Moulle Point in the distance, with Robbin Island  (where Nelson Mendela lived for a while…) in the far distance…
Blaauwberg and Tigerberg Hill are in the distance...
Blaauwberg and Tigerberg Hill are in the distance…
A bit of Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostles and you can see the tip of Lion's Head.
A bit of Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostles and Lion’s Head.
I just love these trees...
I just love these trees…

See you next week 🙂