and it is the finest road I have ever seen winding round the side of the mountains in easy gradients. It is as smooth as a board, the surface being covered with tar. Most of the way there are forests of a native pine sometimes on both sides of the road and they lend enchantment to the surroundings.
Half away along we passed under an overhead tramway conveying stone from a quarrie high up on the side of Table Mount to the town below. This road further along passes below Cecil Rhodes Memorial at Groote Schuur, Rondebosch. The monument is high up on the side of Devils Peak and is built of white stone. In a little paddock below we saw some bisons. Not far from this place we halted on a nice grassy place where we had dinner which we carried with us. There are beautiful