I was born in Wynberg – under the shadow of Table Mountain.  There really is something about the place where you were born.  Where were you born?  Good memories always follows me after a visit to Cape Town.  But if I could walk 10 000 miles it would always return back to the people of Africa …. Mozambique ….. the bush ….. the huts and the laughter of the bush kids.  I yet again realized how complicated cities are – how fast paced it can be.  And then the great churches …. I had the privilege of visiting and sharing.  Good people with a passion to reach a wide range of people with Good News.  And to me …. that makes travelling and meeting people all worth it.  So as I am writing this ….. the wheels are rolling …. through the South African landscape, Zimbabwe and back to Mozambique.

I have taken so many pictures this time ……….. but will not bore you …. so just a few to say good buy to old Cape Town.  Photo below:  “I don’t think I have to introduce Cape Town …. do I?  No wild life around as you have noticed! 

Photo:  Dorp Street, Stellenbosch dates back to the 17th century ….. and a must to visit.

Photo:  Stellenbosch with its wine farms, mountains and great “fruit of the spirit(s)”!

Photo Above:  Blouberg, Cape Town.  Always a treat to visit.

Left:  Visiting on the many wine farms in Paarl with friends.