Cape Town Journal: Entry #11

July 26th, 2021


Jeepers today has flown by so quick and I’m kind of exhausted.


Just got back from The V & A Waterfront. The first thing I did when I got back was open my laptop and start writing a blog post (no, not this one). This one was written a little later.

I was accompanying my sister who needed to do some shopping. We were actually going to H&M but it’s being renovated, I guess. So we ended up checking out a few other stores. My sister was kind enough to get me some new tights from Cotton On.

I think I should become one of those people who wear gym clothes all the time now. 1) because I think they look good and 2) because they are so comfortable.

The new thing I tasted today was a milk tart doughnut from Krispy Kreme. It tasted sweet and fresh and I love how it wasn’t dry inside. Usually, doughnuts with such flavours are overwhelmingly sweet for me but Krispy Kreme has just the right amount of sweetness.

This morning my sister and I went for a jog along the beachfront (it’s our thing now). I am so proud to say we completed an hour today!

It felt so good! We still had enough energy afterwards to do a little strength training at home. We did one of those quick YouTube workouts (this is probably why I need a nap now).

Almost forgot, my sister suggested I drive us there so that I can start getting used to Cape Town roads and traffic. Mind you, I haven’t driven a manual car in a very long time. I was driving my moms automatic when I was at home. I didn’t stall even once nor did I roll, your girl’s still got it!!! Don’t know what I was worried about…

I’ve completed 14459 steps so far as of 16:25 PM and I am stoked!

I’d say I’ve had a pretty productive day.

Highlights of the day:

  • Krispy Kreme doughnut
  • shopping with my sister
  • drove in Cape Town for the first time

I actually need to stock up on toiletries, just waiting for some cash then I’ll have an excuse to leave the house again.

Oh shit, I just remembered the alcohol ban has been lifted.

I’d LOVE a cold cider…

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