Sitting at home during COVID-19 pandemic is a good time to whip out my travel photos from end of last year. After leaving Zambia I travelled to South Africa.
South Africa is fascinating. It’s a country of contrasts: of different cultures, ethnicities and of disparity; it is home to some of the most violent places on earth, and the most heavenly. Here are some photos from our small trip there.
We stayed at a charming hostel called Once in Capetown, where there was great coffee and some time to do some photo processing.
That we night we explored town which had some great restaurants.
The next day the weather was clearer as we left Cape Town and headed north along the coast.
We stopped by !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre where we learnt about the fascinating language and culture of the San people.
We got to see Cape Weavers and their cozy homes.
And try the local tea.
Before heading back to our trusty G Adventures bus.
I really loved the South African landscape…
It was good going until we got to the gorgeous Cederberg area, at the farm where we camped and had an amazing dinner by a stone fireplace.
It was sad to say good bye to this place!
After this great little exercise, we crossed into Namibia, one of the funnest (and hottest) countries I’ve visited.