David and Leslie Fine

Boston - USA

22 October 2010

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I met David and Leslie at the One and Only Hotel and from the minute we met we clicked in that is was very obvious that we had a lot in common


We first ascended Lions Head where we attained a perspective of Cape Town from 300 Metres above sea level

We stopped in at Tribal Trends


On the city centre demarcation at the Old Townhouse on Greenmarket Square


We stopped for a sandwich on Greenmarket Square before travelling out to Stellenbosch


At Coetzenberg sportsfields on the Stellenbosch university campus
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Watching the dancers at the Ikamva Lethu (Our future) Centre



Joining in with the fun


Please click here to watch David and Leslie having fun with the dancers at the Ikamva Lethu Centre



Having fun with the kids in Zone J




Please click here to watch Leslie having fun with the kids in Zone J





We returned to Cape Town and visited the Ocean Basket in Sea Point for a great fish dinner.

Day 2

Cape Peninsula


We started our day by going to the Saturday morning market at the Biscuit Mill in Woodstock - Fantastic experience


David preparing to sample some tea at the biscuit mill


Looking at craft in the Heartworks shop


After our visit to the biscuit mill we travelled on to the penguin colony at Boulders beach passing Newlands, Claremont, Constantia, Muizenberg, Kalk Bay, Fish Hoek and Simonstown along the way.


At the penguin colony


Fun picture JJ taken at Rumbly bay where we had a wonderful sandwich lunch at the waters edge


David with chacma baboons in the background


At Cape Point


At Cape Point with the Cape of Good Hope in the background


At the Cape of Good Hope

Fun picture of David at the Cape of Good Hope J


David on the beach at the Cape of Good Hope


Please click here to watch David doing sabrage on Chapmans Peak



Sunset pictures taken on Chapmans Peak


It is so very difficult to describe how much I enjoyed touring Leslie and David around the Cape Town and its surrounding region in that our journey together was such an extraordinary experience. We all had such a great time together sharing many stories points of view and  having so much wonderful friendly conversations. Our journey together went by so quickly that at stages I felt it was unfair that I had to bid this wonderful couple farewell so soon. Two wonderful days with two magnificent people who were an absolute pleasure to have in my car with me on tour.