Cape Town Journal: Entry #26

September 30th, 2021

So I flew home today so this is my last Cape Town Journal entry.

Had such a great time in The Mother City, so sad I had to leave and I hope to go back there again soon.

I wrote this post from the plane (don’t worry, my phone was on flight mode I typed it on my notepad”).

The weather in East London is cold and wet so I’m not looking forward to that.

Reading “Knife” on my plane ride to help the time pass. I’m exhausted but I could never sleep on such a short flight…

I will be eternally grateful to my parents for the opportunity to have gone to live in Cape Town for a few months. Had the best time there.

Absolutely hate the feeling of the plane taking off, not the part when it’s speeding up, that I love. I’m talking about the weird feeling I get every time a plane leaves the ground.

I’ve been on so many flights but I have yet to get used to that.

Cape Town Airport is huge in comparison to the East London Airport. As a result, I’m always paranoid I’ll get lost so I ensure I arrive hella early, just in case…

I’ll be home an hour from now and I wonder what that’s going to be like. I missed ny big ass bed hahaha.

I feel like I gained so much in my 3 months in The Mother City, really feeling refreshed. Tired AF right now because I barely slept.

Living with my sister was a blast. Sure, we annoyed the shit out of each other in the beginning, it was a … for both of us because we haven’t shared a home in probably 5 years but fun overall.

I loved seeing her in her element as a young woman, no longer my baby sister. A whole grown, independent woman!

Would love to go back to Cape Town soon… no, I’m going back to Cape Town. I HAVE TO!

Got so much writing done while I was there. It’s crazy!

Blogtober starts tomorrow, yay!

A true-crime-obsessed 30-something-year-old, quirky lifestyle blogger from the coastal city of East London, South Africa whose interests include reading, writing and fitness. Find me on Twitter @WeirdnLiberated.
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