Symbol of Cape Town and my compass (towards the mountain = towards town). It is a daily beautiful sight for Capetonians.
Table Mountain – 1 of the 7 natural wonders in the world
Feature: Naturally flat top mountain, 1086m above sea level. It hosts 1470+ rare and endangered floral species.
Gone were the days where there were no fences. Fences are now built in the name of animal protection. Sadly these small buddies have dwindled in numbers over the years. Estimation: There are only 2000 of them left!!!
Cape of Agulhas is the REAL southern tip of Africa where the 2 oceans meet – Indian ocean and Atlantic ocean. This place is approximately 3 hours drive from Cape Town.
Welcome to South Africa, my humble home, country of smiling people, song singing, African sun… and a bunch of wild animals 😀
Driving along on garden route and get to Kleinbaai (in English, ‘Small bay’, but no SA person will understand you if you say small bay lol). The drive is my favourite. It is super scenic and easy drive. Watch out for the speed limits!! There are lots of cameras on the way.
In a safari tour, one needs to know when to give it up. It saddens me greatly that yet another tourist has became lunch. Lions are CARNIVORES. We’re food, period! We are easy snacks that run slower than most animals. Opening the windows / get out of the car is not good.
The below are ‘safe’ pictures to take.
The below is ‘GET THE HELL OUT OF THERE’ picture.