Ron and Ronnie Nadel
Springfield, Massachusetts. USA
13 January 2009
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I met Ron and Ronnie at the Westin Sheraton and after becoming acquainted we set off on a Cape Peninsula tour
On Jubilee Square in Simonstown
At the penguin colony on Boulders beach
After our visit to the penguin colony we stopped in at Sea forth restaurant weher we had a wonderful fish lunch comprising of baby Kingklip and white Stumpnose fish.
Ronnie takes a foot paddle in the Atlantic Ocean
Ron and Ronnie on Seaforth Beach
At Cape Point with the Cape of Good Hope in the background
At Cape Point
Yup we made it to the most south western point of Africa J
Having fun with the chacma baboons on the Cape of Good Hope
After our visit to Cape Point we travelled back to Cape Town where I dropped Ron and Ronnie off at the Sea Symphony so as to stay over on the ship before their cruise the following day
Cape Town and Cape Winelands
We started our day with a drive up to Signal Hill so as to see the city of Cape Town form 300 meters above sea level.
We stopped in at the Mount Nelson Hotel
We travelled to Franschhoek and visited Bread and Wine for a light lunch
We moved on to Seidelberg wine farm where Ron and Ronnie had a great time looking through the glass factory on the farm.
On the lawns of Seidelberg
Before leaving Seidelberg Ronnie saw the slide in the above picture and insisted o having a photo taken of her on the slide. J
After our visit to Seidelberg we made our way back to Cape Town and the Sea Symphony where on arrival we all had to unfortunately bade each other farewell
Ron and Ronnie were a wonderful couple to take around Cape Town and its surrounds. We had a fabulous time together enjoying all that the Western Cape offers especially the wonderful scenery of the city. I shared much with the Nadels and they shared equivalently with me. With us having so much in common our journey together was a truly splendid event. Great people and tour.
THANKS FOR ALL
RON and RONNIE
Received 10 February 2009
We are back from a most enjoyable trip. We are finally back on eastern time sleep wise. We definitely feel we could have stayed two more days in Cape Town. The cruise was fine and we really benefited from the guides you found us. The safari in Kenya was fantastic, truly a mind altering experience. We certainly will give your name to anyone we know who is visiting Cape Town. If indeed you are coming to the Northeast we really would like to hear from you and meet you if it works we can arrange it.