These are parts of Cape Town which I found interesting and I thought I'd throw them together into one post. It's really just a bunch of random pictures of the place. After this post I will be done talking about Cape Town for a while. I reserve the right to resume my praise at any point so don't think I'm done forever.
Cape fur seals sunning their blob-like selves. I don't think these seals have seen Planet Earth because a great white could have exploded out of the water and annihilated them at any point. They need to be much more vigilant, not one of them is on lookout.
The four peace prize Nobel laureates of South Africa (Albert Lutuli, Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela and Frederik de Klerk). Is the dignity of the statues undermined by the giant red coke man celebrating in the background or is the hilarity of the giant red coke man restricted by the serious guys in the foreground? This is probably one of those questions that humankind will never be able to answer.
One of the only clear pictures I snapped of Table Mountain. Also, a nice scene of the waterfront. Fortunately, there is a real table in the picture so the table-ness of the mountain can really be judged. In my opinion, they nailed it.
The back/side of table mountain from Camp's Bay beach. Really nice beach but the water was frigid so I only dipped half a big toe. I would bet the surfer's love it down there without any of the pesky swimmers to look out for.
The main drag of Simon's Town which is on the other side of the Cape Peninsula from Cape Town. If you consider the entire Cape Peninsula to be a miniature representation of the United States, then Cape Town is like a NorCal beach city and Simon's Town is like a quaint New England coastal town. That is what I see in my mind anyway because I have not been to either of those places in the United States.