Jetaun and Ryan Harvey

Chicago - USA

10 May 2004

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I met Jetaun and her daughter Ryan at the Table Bay hotel and after becoming acquainted we  set off on our Cape Peninsula tour

 

We stopped in at the Money Tree Cafe in Kalk Bay for milk tart and Lemon meringue.

 

Ryan and Jetaun at the Penguin colony on Boulders Beach
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Daughter and mother at Cape Point

 

If we did not have Ryan with us heavens knows what would have happened to the Cape Point.lighthouse  JJ

 

In the funicular coming down from Cape Point

 

A great picture of Ryan and Jetaun taken on Chapmans Peak with Hout Bay in the background

 

Posing in front of the Twelve Apostles with Camps Bay in the near background

 

After our return to the city we went to the Africa Cafe for a wonderful African feast as the below pictures show.

 


11 May 2004

City tour

 

We started our city tour with a visit to the Mount Nelson Hotel where I took this picture of Jetaun and Ryan in the hotel gardens

 

A floral picture. JJ

 

We went up to the Lion Battery where we witnessed the firing of the Noon Gun and Alistair (gun master) gave Ryan the cap of the firing of the day

We visited Zoerinas for a fabulous Cape Malay lunch

 

After lunch we moved on to the aquarium where I took the next 4 photos

 

 

Close encounters of the shark kind

 

 

Jetaun faces up to reality. JJ

 

We walked over to the Nelson Mandela Centre in the Waterfront where I took this photo of Jetaun

 

In the evening Ryan and Jetaun enjoyed a great fish dinner at Willoughby's restaurant


12 May 2004

Cape Winelands Tour

 

We started our day tour with a stop at the Mooiberg Farm Stall where Jetaun and Ryan's faces tell the story of what they thought of witblits (white lightning) JJ

 

After a great winetasting at Rust en Vrede we visited the gardens and Manor Houses on the farm

 

After our stop at Rust en Vrede we did a short tour of Stellenbosch and then went to Cotage Fromage for a great cheese lunch

Our first stop after lunchtime was for a winetasting at Muratie where we enjoyed inspecting the old cobwebs on the cellar windows.

 

After Muratie we stopped in at Beyerskloof where we enjoyed the Pinotage on the farm

We travelled on to Kayamandi where I took the next 8 pictures

Jetaun and Ryan with Shumi Ndlebe in her home

 

Mzwaki showing the Harvey's around the Water Church in Kayamandi.

 

Having fun talking to Mzwaki and Nozandile in her shack home

 

Posing with the kids of Kayamandi

 

Enjoying fruit with the kids of Kayamandi

 

Having fun with the teenagers in the Bana Ba Kgotso group

 

After our journey to Kayamandi we moved on to the finale of our wonderful  tour viz. dinner at Moyo.

All painted up African style JJ

 

Enjoying the food at Moyo

 

Having fun with the entertainers (Third world Bunfight) at Moyo

 

Leaving Moyo.

After our evening at Moyo we travelled back to Cape Town where I unfortunately had to say goodbye to this wonderful mother and daughter grouping


Traveling with this wonderful mother and daughter was an absolute joy. They were great company all the way and we shared so much at all times. There was lots of fun along the way and many a wonderful laugh was had while we were on tour. All in all I do believe that a wonderful time was had by all.

Jetaun and Ryan what more can I say other than
"A BIG THANK YOU"

Another thank you for your very kind donation to the people of Kayamandi.


Received 23 May 2004

 

Hi Selwyn, 

Thank you so much for your heartfelt letter. Ryan & I enjoyed Cape Town and you, so
very much, it was a privilege to tour with you. Your passion for SA, Kayamandi, in
particular, was certainly felt. We couldn't have asked for a better tour and visit.

All of my pictures came out fine. I also visited our pictures on your website,
they were great. Also read the message boards. We'll certainly cherish these
memories for a lifetime.

Thank you again, so much. Look forward to hearing from you in the future and hope
to get back to your beloved country again.

God Bless,

Jetaun & Ryan

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