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All good road trips include at least one breakdown. This is where the undercarriage of the car came off and we had to leave a chunk of it on the side of the road.

Luckily it didn't feel like a really "essential" piece of the car.

"Kaapstad" is the word for Cape Town in Afrikaans. (For next time you are playing South African trivia.)

Of course Kima came along on all lunch breaks and rest stops.

On night #3 we stayed at an  olive farm that was also a guest house. They sold yummy tapenade at reception.

On night #3 we stayed at an olive farm that was also a guest house. They sold yummy tapenade at reception.

I always said I wouldn't be one of those parents who let their kids watch TV in the car. I was wrong.

I always said I wouldn’t be one of those parents who let their kids watch TV in the car. I was wrong.

The scenery getting drastically more beautiful as we get closer to Cape Town.

The scenery getting drastically more beautiful as we get closer to Cape Town.

I bet you didn't even know you needed fat trap maintenance.

I bet you didn’t even know you needed fat trap maintenance.

The Huguenot Tunnel: only 80 kilometers left to go!

The Huguenot Tunnel: only 80 kilometers left to go!

Glorious Cape Town welcomes thee!

Glorious Cape Town welcomes thee!

Our final destination: we made it! (The backyard of our new temporary 2-month home.)

We finally made it. (Here’s the backyard of our new two-month home.)

The driver too tired to even finish his celebratory wine.

The driver too tired to even finish his celebratory wine.

Older, wiser, and pensive after the journey (and with a new friend, Roadtrip Bear).

Older, wiser, and pensive after her journey (and with a new friend, Roadtrip Bear).

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5 Comments

  • Julie Hayashida Reply

    Love the pictures! Your boy will know doubt love adventure!

  • anna Reply

    Phew – glad you made it!

  • Anonymous Reply

    Hope the car it’s OKAY! Sounds like quite an adventure! I could tell you stories about little kids traveling in Europe….

  • Andrea Reply

    Great pictures!

  • Julianna Reply

    Such wonderful pictures. The look on your face at the side of the road with broken-down car is priceless. Critical to allow kids to watch TV in the car for road trips — it’s the only way to maintain adult sanity.Your new home (both the back yard and Cape Town at large) is just gorgeous!

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