GoPro Hero seven BLACK | Capetown 4k | South Africa journey 2019





Capetown, South Africa, February 2019

filmed by GoPro Hero seven Black, 4K 30fps
edited in Shotcut, enable me know your ideas!

Our Holiday getaway:
We stayed 1 7 days at the Victoria and Albert Waterfront, the safest and most well-known portion of Capetown. We frequented the all – famous table mountain, 1 working day during a bushfire the old centre of Capetown with ist parks and markets, the wine – Area of Stellenbosch and the botanical backyard garden of Kirstenbosch. The much most outstanding vacation was the 1 down the Cape penninsula until Cape Point and Cape of fantastic Hope. We even spottet an ostrich subsequent to the road. I also recommend to take a helicopter flight along the coastline, up to Clifton and Camps bay, from exactly where you can see the twelve Apostels and Table Mountain, even if it can be not the most inexpensive attraction in the Town.

It was an awesome 7 days for me and with any luck , you delight in the video clip!

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  1. Wooow!! Wunderschönes Video!! Finde deinen Charakter, welchen du in den Videos auch immer besonders hervorhebst und ausstrahlst, einfach erstaunlich und faszinierend – mutiger als ein Faultier und ein Elefant zusammen!!:))))

  2. Wow, schönes Video. Interessant, was du wieder so erlebt hast. Hab mir auch die Videobeschreibung durchgelesen. Von "Stellenbosch" und "Kirstenbosch" hatte ich noch nie gehört. Hab grad gelesen, dass die Namen aus der Kolonialzeit stammen. Lernt man gleich wieder was dazu von dir. Tja, dann kannst du ja wieder ein Land auf deiner Weltkarte freirubbeln. 🙂

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