Saturday June 19
Jenny rented a car and we (Rob, Jenny, Jenny’s friend-Danielle, and I) drove down to Kalk Bay. The drive offered some really beautiful vistas (aka, some nice views, but said in a very hoity-toity way). It took about 45 minutes or so to get to kalk bay. It was nice to leave cape town for a bit and see a bit of what the country looked like outside of the city.
Kalk Bay is a nice seaside town; small and quaint, but even out here, world cup fever was abundant. Bafana Bafana jerseys, south Africa flags displayed in windows, on store fronts, and around town. We wandered a bit; Jenny bought a Obama Action Figure for Enoch, and I bought a couple of drawings from a nice little store…
And wandered into the Kalk Bay Railway House, which looked like it was converted into an estate auction of an elderly couple that passed away.
We ate at Cape to Cuba. I was not impressed.
We also saw some seals.
And we saw other things.
Later on that night, we made pizzas for dinner. I had banana on my pizza for the first time. It definitely won’t be the last.
3 thoughts on “South Africa Trip: Day Six – The Way to Kalk Bay”
i spy a fisheye! love that colorful wall and scarves!!
Haha, yup! Fisheye! What do you call a Fish with no eyes?
a fsh. 🙂
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