We were undecided about whether to go to Cape Point that Sunday, as Ian suggested, but now I can’t remember why.
On a map of Cape Town, Ian showed us the route he had outlined for us to take from the city to the Cape of Good Hope, the south westernmost point of the continent. We would be passing through Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Chapman’s Peak Drive, Simon’s Town and Cape Point. A scenic route, that took us west to east and down to the Cape of Good Hope.
We stopped at each place and took photo after photo.
Camps Bay, with it’s stunning vistas, is home to Cape Town’s affluent. No surprise here.
By the time we got to Chapman’s Peak and looked at Hout Bay, the clouds had begun rolling in.
It was a hauntingly beautiful sight….
Between the colorful striations in the rocks along Chapman’s Peak Drive and this interesting canopy above, we were thankful that Ian was behind the wheel as we wouldn’t have been able to enjoy the view.
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3 comments on “Going Round the Cape of Good Hope”
Love the photos of Hout Bay
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