We decided to hire a car and take a trip around the peninsular. Our first stop was Hout Bay where we used to live. Its always nice to go back to see what is happening in the'village' and one place that is much
|The craft stalls are all much the same.|
|These bicycles are about 4"high and perfect in every way.|
|Part of the road to the top, but worth every push on the peddles|
|Mr D at the top. We lived just about where his left ear is (left as you are looking at him)|
|We often spotted Dolphins surfing with the kids along this stretch, and what a sight that is.|
|In the distance is Cape Point.|
|Sitting under a massive palm tree for shade|
|Looks like fun|
Tuesday was Pancake day and the school had an evening of pancakes and dancing around a fire so we had to go along.
|Can you see the brazier....No guards watching over it.|
|Certainly looks like fairy land|
I have never known the children so quiet, we all had to talk in whispers just in case we frightened the fairies away. We were shown the Fairy Wedding Arch,
wonderful trees to climb,
|This tree is too big for fairy's so the children can play here|
|Just the right size|
and tadpoles in the stream..
|Who will catch the first one???|
Once back home the little ones decided to try to encourage fairies into their own garden, so set about making the fairies table, party ring and garden.......
|Hope they get the visitors|