For a couple who married in 2001, had a single overnight stay in Stellenbosch as a honeymoon and was back home two days later, 2015 has clearly been a bumper year of travelling for the TAZZ family. If I had known how much travel would have helped to strengthen our relationship and encourage maturity in our children, we probably would have started a lot sooner.
After scoring 50/100 on this Cape Town 100 things bucket list just two weeks away from turning 37, I thought it would be a great idea to check off as many things as I could against our journey so far. Let’s dive right in, shall we? One (of many) things missing from this list is sand boarding on the dunes in Atlantis.
Since they mention shark cage diving, sand boarding might actually be something more people would find doable – I don’t think I’m the only one who doesn’t find the whole chumming, shark cage diving idea appealing #AnimalRightsInTourism.
I bought the family Cable Cards as their Christmas presents last year so we’ve been up and down Table Mountain almost every other weekend. You may have noticed this if you follow us on Instagram. We got a great deal on Groupon so keep your eyes peeled, it might just come up again.
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After winning the awesome Amazing Race prize at Park Inn Cape Town we took the Red Top Bus to visit the World of Birds. It really was a toss up between playing with monkeys and visiting Kirstenbosch (picnic and Boomslang) but we decided to spend a day hunting for dinosaurs a few months later.
We ate at Kalkies, almost visited Cape Point (Anton and I have both done that before the kids were born but we have a trip planned with the kids soon) and discovered the Slangkop lighthouse on our trip around the Cape Peninsula. Since all of that was just the last year, I can’t wait to see what we discover next.
Two glaringly obvious (to me) things that aren’t on that list is visiting Zip Zap Circus and Butterfly World.
Maybe Butterfly World IS a little too far down the road to qualify was Cape Town but I think it should have still made the list. Do you agree? Let me know in the comments ;).
P.S. There is a LOT of stuff like the Aquarium, museum (incl The Castle), eating gatsbys, Killarney, the Waterfront, watching cricket etc hasn’t been documented on this blog (many have been documented on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts though – so follow us) but I was pleased, that after living in Cape Town my entire life, I could check off half the list as “done”. I will reveal our plans for next year soon. Thank you for your support on our journey so far. Keep engaging with us. We can’t wait to show you some more of our beautiful country.