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Walk in Africa / Cape Town City Walks  / The Lost City of Cape Town
23 May

The Lost City of Cape Town

On a recent Table Mountain walk we looked down to where we expected to see the city but it was immersed in fog, with only the notorious towers visible. It was indeed the lost city of Cape Town. Whereas the mythical lost city of Atlantis was suppos

edly a marvel of architectural triumph, what architecture was visible of the lost city of Cape Town could hardly be described as “marvelous” nor as an architectural triumph. None the less being above the fog provided a unique and special view.

When we finally made it to the highest point of Table Mountain spectacular cloud formations were massing on the eastern side. Ovid, Kiana, Desiree’, Kili & Meru certainly enjoyed the clean air and majestic views.

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