Table Mountain was the beginning of our second day. It is listed as one one the New seven wonders of nature, and it is spectacular. Rising roughly 2300 meters in a short four mile hike, OR you can take the tram pictured above. Mrs Bear, who hates to wait, absconded with her elder granddaughter and scaled it. The rest of us were content to walk the rocky trails at the top, which provided views of the city and Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the Cape of Good Hope on the other. In between, the flat surface of the mountain yields to a series of escarpments which are called “the twelve apostles.” Enjoy the photos as we enjoyed the views !!!
Grew up in California...Went east for college and, later, work, and never returned to California as a resident...Have a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology...Worked in private practice settings for most of my career...Now retired...Married to Mrs. Bear (Lela) for 48 years...Spent most of my youth travelling the beautiful landscapes of our continent...Went into a time window to see the rest of the world until COVID kept us closer to home. Now we are back on our travel agenda, both domestically and internationally, and, as always, love to share some of our impressions on the Blog. View all posts by barrybrink