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Jan 22

Cape Town, South Africa

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{sights en route to Boulders & Cape Point}

From Stellenbosch, we made our way west to Cape Town. And if the rolling hills in wine country weren’t enough to steal my heart, Cape Town absolutely sealed the deal. I can now attest to completely and wholeheartedly understand the sentiment “it took my breath away”. From epic mountains to turquoise oceans, wild penguins to brightly painted buildings, you’d be a fool not to fall head over heels for the place.

With only a few days on hand, we plowed through the city and its surroundings in record time. We climbed Table Mountain, visited the penguins at Boulders Beach, stood where the Indian Ocean kisses the Atlantic at Cape Point, indulged in ice cream at the V&A Waterfront, and, albeit briefly, set sights on the rainbow hued homes in Bo Kapp. 

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{a frequent sighting throughout South Africa}
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{a peek at Boulders Beach}
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{seeing this? right here? It’s been on my bucketlist FOREVER}

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{a nesting penguin}

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{the views atop Table Mountain}

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{windblown and happy}

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{a very brave man}

James-on-Table-Mountain
{my lil’ brother}

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{on top of the world at Cape Point}

lighthouse
{the lighthouse at Cape Point}

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{the view from the Lighthouse}

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{mama!}

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waterfront
{the V&A Waterfront at dusk}

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Images Original to Lark & Linen. 
South Africa, Part I 
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