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Walk in Africa / Other  / THE MALTESE CONNECTION
26 Feb


There’s a first time for everything. In decades of guiding I have never had guests from Malta – until this week. I am currently escorting the Zammit (extended) family around Cape Town. Yesterday we travelled along The Atlantic Seaboard, over Chapman’s Peak . . .

. . . to The Cape Point Nature Reserve. We were extremely lucky with wonderful weather and I think everyone enjoyed it (even Amanda who was not feeling 100% healthy).

We stopped above Smitswinkelbaai to enjoy the views across False Bay and learn a little about this incredible Nature Reserve.

From here we went over to The Atlantic Ocean side

We saw some wildlife – a couple of angulate tortoises, a distant Bontebok and this Rock Kestrel enjoying the coast.

We could not resist a last stop to enjoy the dramatic scenery before leaving.

On the return journey some of the party got “up-close-and-personal” with an African Penguin.

Then Caroline managed to squeeze in some retail negotiation before we headed off to Canal Walk.

Check-in with us tomorrow to see what we get up to at Kirstenbosch, Green Market Square and The Lion.

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