Cape Town, South Africa Sunday, December 11th 2005
No wind which is convenient for two reasons. Someone managed to penetrate the electric wired secure complex and redistribute our trusting roofrack. Being Sunday meant that we could not buy a new one immediately. So we went, without any boards, to Cape Point. This is a bit risky, since the wind picks up here sooner than in the west. Cape Point is the most South-West point of the African continent, where you can see the two oceans. The actual point where the oceans split is more towards the east. Cape Point is in a nature reserve, with Baboons, Turtles, Zebras, Ostriches and other creatures. Signs tell you not to trust the Baboons, who clearly rule the reserve. After spending a day as a surrounded by other tourist, I'm glad the wind is picking up for tomorrow.