Shut your eyes. Close them as tight as you can; until you start to see little specks of white static. Then imagine those specks of static as an infinite sprinkling of sparkling lights in the Heavens above, while rolling waves, with the occasional flash of light from bio-luminescent algae, gently caress the soft sand that cushions your feet and you’ll have something similar to what I was fortunate enough to experience.
Every Spring, the rolling landscape up the West coast of the Western Cape, starts a spectacular transformation on a uniquely grand scale, in that this place is the only place in the world where there is such an amazing and diverse set of flora and with the flora of course, comes an equally unique group of fauna. It’s a special kind of Eden…
I was very fortunate enough to get my hands on some tickets for the Cape Town City Sightseeing Bus, recently. Perfect for my trip to the Mother City! For those that don’t know, City Sightseeing offers tourists across the globe […]
Your tickets are booked and you’re packing your bags when you realise that you don’t want to be dragging around your whole house with you while you’re touring that romantic countryside or that scenic valley, but you absolutely need your […]