3day Hoerikwaggo Table mountain trail

On January 7, 2014 by Christopher Smith
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lisa and chris

On top of Table Mountain, Cape Flats and False Bay in the back ground

Mr. and Mrs. Bodley was looking to spend some time exploring the Table mountain chain with a guide. With there being a huge demand in walking trails during the start of season, they were happy to know that there was availability. Mr. Bodley had asked me to Taylor their trail, including a stop at the Penguins at Boulders beach and then a short hike in the Silvermine Reserve.

lisa asking about the back table

engaging on the subject of the Dams

We started at the lower cable way station. With the flora being out in full bloom meant that they can easily understand structure of the flora. They were amazed at the process of the formation of Table Mountain. It can be hard to believe that Table mountain is very well of the oldest mountains on earth, if not the oldest. Believed to have stood twice as tall.
Johan (trail guide) stood in as there were other trails that needed my assistance. Adam had informed me that Johan was a brilliant and patient guide, he made it clear that Johan is well informed and that they really enjoyed him sharing   where he comes from and his journey in life. Johan took them through Cape point reserve  and the weather was not that bad even tho there were few showers.

adam and Johan

Adam in at the Cape Point Reserve

On the last day Mr. & Mrs. Bodley was happy with  the way things went, visiting the Penguins was the last days highlight and they thank me for ensuring their safety and making sure that when I could not walk with them that I had a replacement guide that provided the same level of service.
It always a pleasure to know that we are making a difference for those on holiday in South Africa

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