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Walk in Africa / Cape Peninsula  / Cape Point – on the rocks please
3 Nov

Cape Point – on the rocks please

I received a message from Anders Holmberg in which I was politely chastised for not featuring his wife Annica sufficiently in the previous blog postings! So she features quite prominently in todays blog posting.

Once again the weather was unpredic

table but we did have the opportunity to have a rest on these enormous rocks. Anders – please note Annica sitting on the far left!

The tide was very high and this made our progress along the rocky shore even more exciting than normal. (Yes Anders that is Annica in the front)

It wasn’t all rocks and sea. We also saw some beautiful flowers, like this clump of Gladioli.

And finally it was time to congratulate ourselves and to quote the immortal question “Did you come here to walk? Or did you come here to drink?”


  • anders holmberg
    November 3, 2010 at 10:57 pm

    Thank you so very much . I did not Annica on the far left. Spoke to her a short while ago – she´s having a wonderful time, she says!
    Best regards again
    Anders Holmberg

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