Arriving in Cape Town, the local guide smiled and told us how lucky you were. Table Mountain has only one third of the time a year to go up. It's windy and rainy. It's sunny in the morning because the fog is too big to go up. Hearing the guide's words, we were so heartless that we forgot that eighteen hours of flight exhaustion had brought us back to life. The cable car on Table Hill can accommodate fifty or sixty people, and there is no need to worry that many people can not see the beautiful scenery, because the floor at the bottom of the cable car is rotating, which can ensure that every passenger can enjoy the scenery along the way, at a glance to see the cliffs cut by knives and axes, magnificent and magnificent. Table Mountain is the most striking symbol of Cape Town. Dolomite clouds drift over a huge bare rock, calling the scene "White Towel Paving Table". On the hill, you can overlook Cape Town as well as the Cape of Good Hope. The sky and sea are uniform and cloudy.