What I love and will miss about Cape Town.
The sheer beauty of the city. Cape Town is with out a doubt the most beautiful city in South Africa. The cold wet winters. Franschoek. Our little village of Somerset West. The winelands. Popping into our favourite wine estate for breakfast or lunch. Or spending the weekends discovering new ones. Strand beach. It is endless, and we have had so much fun there. V&A Waterfront. Yes, I know it's a tourist trap, but we love it there. My new work colleagues. Eating fish 'n chips at Mariners Wharf, Hout Bay. Kalk Bay. We take a drive to our neighbours across the bay at least once a month. Hillsong Church Cape Town. Ice-cream from Uncle Barry's in Gordons Bay. Canal Walk. Driving to Ceres to play in the snow. Hillcrest Berry Farm. The mountains. And no, not table mountain. The mountains I see from every bedroom when I look out. Concerts at Paul Cluver. Pizza and mussels at Miguels, Gordons Bay. Autumn. Having our friends and family coming to stay with us. Spotting the whales in whale season. Royale Eatery. For the best burgers in the land. Walking up Long Street. Stellenbosch. Our little house.
And that's just a few.
I am so lucky to have lived here, no matter how short it was. To all my Capetonian readers, you are so blessed to live here, never take it for granted. And for those who have never been, you are missing out. My husband always says that God took his time when he created the Cape....and I could not agree more.
Thanks for being my home. Till next time...