Life-learning in Cape Town…

Cape Town sounds like a very interesting place! I have wanted to visit for a long time. Great pics!

Living Differently

So… here’s what life learning in Cape Town looked like for our family (lots of photos in this post!)…

Nature Studies & Wildlife

Cape Town is so ridiculously beautiful, that the opportunities to do nature walks abound.  We visited Kirstenbosch Gardens (a number of times)… fed the fish at Silvermine… marvelled at the Kirstenbosch bonsai trees… explored all the different types of fynbos on the Cape peninsula… and fell in love with the gorgeous 300 year old camphor trees and the ancient oaks at Vergelegen Wine Estate.

Inside Africa's oldest oak tree at Vergelegen Wine Estate. Inside Africa’s oldest oak tree at Vergelegen Wine Estate.

Joah and the hungry guinea fowl at Kirstenbosch Gardens... Joah and the hungry guinea fowl at Kirstenbosch Gardens…

kirstenbosch stream

We’ve watched the seals at Kalk Bay harbour and Hout Bay harbour.  We’ve visited the Simon’s Town penguins.  We’ve taken the cousins to the Cape Town Aquarium.  We’ve visited the snake park at Imhoff Farm (and petted a very large corn snake).  We’ve explored the…

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