Fairest Cape ….

A day of rambling out and about in Cape Town. Sundays are busy days on the glorious Cape Town roads so that driving alone, as I was, it was difficult to stop and take photos that do this magnificent city justice. You will just have to visit and see for yourself – this is just a ‘toe in the water’ so to speak


Never noticed this before 😳

 


Steenberg winery where my lovely cousin’s equally lovely daughter recently married is the first farm (1682) developed in the Cape.   So beautiful.

 

 

 

 



 An English village 

I am staying close to the village (hamlet?) All Saints.   I have not managed to ascertain why it’s called All Saints, wishful thinking perhaps?  3 miles from the Devon  coast, the nearest large town is Axminster.   (The name seems familiar?   Try Axminster carpets, since the 1700’s been manufacturing some of the finest carpets in the world ) 

    So on a rainy wet morning I set off to see what was what. 

    And below is what was what 




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    Taking off muddy wellingtons before entering school
    Kids walking to school
    Our path to school 😳