Rob and Kate Weller
Sydney - Australia
11 January 2004
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I met Rob and Kate at their hotel and we immediately started out on our Cape Winelands Tour
Rob and Kate having fun at the Afrikaans Language Monument
Kate being dwarfed by the monument
Having fun at Mooiberg farmstall with the "scarecrowish" Spice Girls JJ
Tasting wine at Rust en Vrede
Kate of bottled red wine fame. JJ
Daughter and father in the vineyards of Rust en Vrede
Enjoying music with Bani Bagoto in Kayamandi
Concentrating on the choral singling of Bani Bagoto
Rob and Kate with some of the kids in Kayamandi
On our second day we did a Cape Peninsula Tour.
Rob and Kate with Muizenberg in the background
Shopping at a jewelry store in Kalk Bay
Enjoying the penguins at the Boulders Beach penguin colony
Lunch at Bordiiesrif on the
Cape Point Nature Reserve
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Kate, lunch and the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve - One happy combination. JJ
Rob samples the waters of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
Kate and Rob in front of the Cape of Good Hope
Kate leaves her mark at Chapmans Peak
Not to be outdone Rob leaves his mark too.
Rob and Kate in front of Table Mountain as seen from Signal Hill
This was a great father and daughter team who were such easy going people to tour with. We had a wonderful time wherever we went and fun was had by all at all places that we visited. Pity that we only had two days together but alas that was all the time that Rob and Kate had in Cape Town before they returned to Australia. Who knows we could well meet up in France in 4 years time when South Africa take the World Rugby Cup back from England. JJ From this statement alone I suppose it can be deducted that we all loved rugby but were on opposite sides of the fence when it came to whom we supported. JJ. All in all this was a wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable tour.
THANKS ROB AND KATE FOR ALL.
Received 17 January 2004
Katie and I both are huge fans of Cape Town, we both enjoyed your tour very much. Your work in the township was inspiring and we both feel privileged to havehad a small insight of one. There is definite light at the end of the tunnel.
On another subject I see no light at the end of the tunnel with the world
rugby cup back where it belongs. J See you in France!
Regards Rob and Katie.