Rob and Kim Velevis

Dallas - Texas - USA

17 September 2005

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I met newlywedded Rob and Kim at the Raddisson Hotel. After becoming aqauinted we set off on a Cape Winelands tour


Rob and Kim in front of a wonderful king Protea at the Afrikaans Language Monument in Paarl


Kim enjoying the king Proteas


At the Afrikaans Language Monument


WInetasting at Backsberg winefarm


At the entrance to Backsberg wineafrm


At Cotage Fromage after enjoying a wonderful cheese lunch


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Outside Nosandiles shack home with Nosandile and her "bokkie" Tshepo. JJ


Kim having fun with some kids at Nosandile's home


We met up with the bana Bagotso choir accidentally and they entertained us to 3 songs on the steps of the Ikamva Lethu Centre


Having fun at Phumza's 16th party



Dancing the night away in the township


Sharing pictures with the kids in Zone J

We returned to Cape Town and went to the Africa Cafe for a great African feast.


Kim and Rob at the Africa Cafe



Cape Peninsula


We started our day with an ascent of Table Mountain.
Here we see Kim and Rob doing the Table Mountain shuffle. JJ


In the cable car while coming down from the mountain



At the base of Table Mountain with the city of Cape Town in the background


After our visit to Table Mountian we stopped in at the Torino Chocolate factory so as to buy chocolates and then on our way to Simonstown we also stopped in at the Money Tree Cafe in Kalk Bay so as to enjoy some milktart at the venue.



Enjoying a borewors roll (farmers sausage roll) at a village mart that was being held in Simonstown


Rob and Kim at the penguin colony at Boulders beach


Rob and Kim raisng their hands as per the seen shadows calling "hey Mr.Penguin dont go away" JJ


We stopped for curry rooti (traditional Cape Malay)  lunch at Bordjiesrif on the Cape of Good Hope reserve where I took the above picture.


Yup the wind was blowing at Cape Point. JJ


Having fun with the signage at Cape Point


It was pretty windy at Chapmans Peak too.


We drove back to the Atlantic seaboard and when we arrived in Sea Point we enjoyed a bottle of champagne and took the fabulous sunset pictures as seen below.







What a way to end a tour!

It was absolutely fabulous to tour in Cape Town with Rob and Kim. They were a wonderful couple who wanted to learn as much as possible about my city. At the same time while being on honeymoon they wanted to make their stay in Cape Town a very special one and I think that they definitely achieved this. We saw and enjoyed much together and for me the expereince of being with such a wonderful young couple made the whole experience a very, very memorable journey.

This couple are going to go very far in life - Mark my words!