Liz Frazier and Max Curry

Utah - USA

8 November 2006

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I met Liz and Max in the Cape Town harbour at their cruise liner and like old friends who knew each other for many years we set off on a winelands tour


We stopped in for lunch at Cotage Fromage near Franschoek

We moved on to Franschhoek and took this picture from the Franschhoek Mountains above the town


We stopped in for chocolates at the Huguenot Chocolate factory in Franschhoek


On the road from Franschhoek I took these photos of Liz standing next to some king proteas. 



Enjoying the view at Ernie Els's winefarm


In the cellar at Ernie Els


Liz standing at the entrance rocks to Ernie Els's Winefarm


On arriving in cape Tow we ascended Table Mountain where I took the above photo


Sunset on Table Mountain

Day 2

Peninsula Tour


We started our day by travelling past Muizenberg and stopped in at Kalk Bay where we had coffee at Cafe Matisse


We travelled to Simonstown and after exploring the town we stopped in for a great lunch at The Meeting Place


Judging by Liz's hair one can see that it was windy at Cape Point  JJ


Yup we made it to Cape Point!

Max and Liz were a very easy couple to travel with as they just went with the flow , took in all the wonderful scenery and I do believe enjoyed their 2 days in cape Town immensely. We had much fun while we travelled and with Cape Town weather being at its best this tour just proved to be an unbeatable event for all.



Received 5 December 2006

Our very dearest Selwyn,

We are home. Got here late, late Saturday, or early Sunday in fact. Very
tired from a crazy day flying three different planes from Ft. Lauderdale to

Selwyn, it is so hard to think back on our wonderful, wonderful trip without
getting nostalgic. Our time with you absolutely brings tears to my eyes and
I have put off writing this mail fearing that I couldn't adequately describe
how very peaceful and thrilling our two days were with you. I can't think of
a more wonderful holiday we've had and if I could repeat it exactly, I would
in a heartbeat. You are truly a dear and sweet man and we are honored to
count you as a very dear friend. I can still hear you as you patiently
talked on and on to us. Oops, did I say patiently? Oh, excuse me sir.
Between you and me talking as fast and loud as we could at the same
time.............oh, I'm chuckling as I'm writing.

Thank you for the lovely photo album. I find only two meager photos of you
in our lot. We thought we got some more. But no, we were slackers in that
department and we may just have to return to Cape Town to redo that aspect
of it.

So dear friend, farewell for now, you go in great peace and health and
never, ever let us forget one another. 

Liz and Max