Adrian and Gill Heft
Brighton - UK
26 November 2007
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I met Adrian and Gill at 40 Winks guesthouse and we decided to go on a winelands/township tour. Unfortunately there was a blur on my camera lens and non of my pictures for the day came out satisfactorily. <grrr> I did however manage to obtain some of Adrian's pictures on the day and am including them below.
We first visited a couple of places in Cape Town and then moved on to the Afrikaans language monument and then moved onto Kayamandi. We met Lilly in her home and spent time with the Masakhane dancers. We also handed out fruit for trash and paid Zone J a visit. On returning to Cape Town Adrian and Gill went to the Ocean basket for dinner.
Adrian at the Afrikaans Language monument
Handing our fruit for trash
Selwyn, Lily and Gill outside of Lily's home
27 November 2007
Adrian and Gill with Just Nuisance in Simonstwn
Adrian at the penguin colony
Gill enjoying the penguins
At Boulders Beach enjoying the penguins
Adrian photographs Gill.
Preparing to down two Don Pedros at the Seaforth restaurant at Boulders beach
At Cape Point with the Cape of Good Hope in the background
At Cape Point
The sign says its all. JJ
Adrian at the Cape of Good Hope
We made it to the most south western point of Africa
Gill at the Cape of Good Hope
Adrian samples the waters of the Cape of Good Hope
This was a wonderful 2 day tour. Adrian and Gill were very easy to travel with and they both showed enormous interest in all that we we did while travelling through Cape Town, Kayamandi and the Cape Peninsula. As a couple Adrian and Gill they were a true pleasure to travel with and our 2 days together were certainly memorable for us all. Great company and a great tour.
Thanks a ton Adrian and Gill
Received 30 November 2007
Thank you for your note.
We had a great time too and thanks also for letting me use your PC.
Our flight home was fine and Marine Taxis were very prompt picking us up.
I'm not sure Gill will forgive you for using that Don Pedro photo though!
Are any of the other photos OK to send to us even if you don't want to post them on your site?
Once again thank you for a great tour and some excellent restaurant recommendations - we had fun and learnt a lot.