Howard and Jo Chambers
Birmingham - UK
6 November 2007
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I met Howard and Jo at the President Hotel and after becoming acquainted we set off on a morning tour of Table Mountain which would include an abseiling adventure off Table Mountain.
Jo and Howard atop of Table Mountain
Doing the Table Mountain shuffle JJ
On top of the mountain with Camps Bay in the background
Jo in two minds as to whether she wants to sigh the indemnity to want to abseil or not.
Howard signs up.
Jo says "Oh what the heck I'm not scared of a short drop off Table Mountain!" JJ
Getting kitted up
Howard has a last practice run on terra firma
And off they go......
Walking to the cliff edge with a huge fogbank coming in towards the mountain
Jo and Howard in orange helmets starting out on the abseil
Here we go!!
Howard goes first
Howard giving all a last wave. JJ
Jo (top) and Howard abseiling off the Table Mountain ledge
Jo abseils down the mountain in heavy mist
Jo reaches the first (and last) ledge
A close up photo of Jo going down the moutain
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and Jo after their abseil adventure
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Safe and sound at the bottom Table Mountain with Lions head in the background
After our journey up Table Mountain we returned to the President Hotel where Jo and Howard took it easy for the rest of the day.
We stopped in at Newlands Cricket ground on our way to Cape Point
Enjoying waffles at the Galley Restaurant in Fish Hoek
With Just Nuisance in Simonstown
At the penguin colony on Boulders Beach
Coming off the rock ledge at the Cape of Good Hope
At the Cape of Good Hope.
This was a fantastic tour for me to do as Howard and Jo were two wonderful people to tour with. They were down to earth type folk who enjoyed all around them as we travelled through the Peninsula and on top of Table Mountain. As can be seen from the pictures the abseil experience down Table Mountain was an adventure second to none. Overall we had a great journey together and I enjoyed the whole event just as much as I suspect that Howard and Jo did
THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL
HOWARD AND JO.
A HUGE thank you for your very generous contribution to the people of Kayamandi