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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.

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