Tony and Dawn Lowe

Liverpool - UK

6 July 2009

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I met Tony and Dawn at the Cape Hollow Hotel and within minutes we became the best of friends as we made our way to the Cape Winelands

 

At the Afrikaans Language Monument

 

In the garden of the Afrikaans language monument

 

We stopped in for lunch at Bread and Wine on Moreson wine farm

 

In the lemon tree orchard of Moreson

 

 

At the Old Corkscrew antique shop in Franschhoek

 

Photgraphing king Proteas outside of Franschhoek 

 

With Lily Ngwexana and her stove in her Kayamandi Klitchen

 

Guy who was a lodger with Lily joins all for a picture in front of the wonderful Kayamandi view

 

Dawn meets a young friend in Kayamandi

 

Spending time with Jess, her baby and her son Happy in her mom's shack home

 
Handing out apples for trash

 

 

 

 

Tony sharing his photographs with the kids of Kayamandi


 

DAY 2

CAPE PENINSULA

 

We started out our day with an ascent up Table Mountain

Photos from our morning on Table Mountain

 

 

Doing the Table Mountain shuffle JJ

 

Dawn and Tony with Muizenberg in the background

 

Walking and having fun on Fish Hoek Beach

 

 

Enjoying Don Pedros on the Fish Hoek beach.

 

Having fun at the penguin colony on Boulders Beach

 

We saw the seal seen in these two pictures come onto the beach; I had never seen this type of expereince take place in my 10 years of visiting the penguin colony.

 

 

Curio shopping outside the penguin colony

 

Atop of Cape Point wiyth the Cape of Good Hope in the background

 

Coming down from the old lighthouse at Cape Point

 

At the Cape of Good Hope

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunset photo on the Cape of Good Hope

 

Dusk at Long Beach Kommetjie

 

A happy couple on Long Beach Kommetjie

 


Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. Thats the best way to describe what it was like to travel with Tony and Dawn. They were both great fun to travel with and together we had two absolutely wonderful days travelling around Cape Town and its surrounds. I gained lots from Tony and Dawn and I can but ony hope that they felt likewise. In summary two fabulous unfogettable days.

THANKS A TON

TONY and DAWN