Traveling on the winding open road towards Elim, it’s a town many seem to overlook. With it’s whitewashed houses and thatched roofing, why explore anywhere else. 

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With that old world charm, a countryside town like Napier is a town worth exploring; welcoming you with rolling wheat fields mixed with a quirky countryside style living; all with interesting buildings and heaps of history. 

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Originally a farm called Burgershoek, Goedverwacht is a town rich in historical history yet hidden away from civilisation. 

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There’s something about small towns that really seem to get my travel juices flowing but what get’s me really rallied up is a pit stop to rejuvenate before heading to wherever the next destination might be. 

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In a town situated in the middle of an endless expanse of dry, barren as far as the eye can see, this seemingly sleepy little town will most certain surprise you. 

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Plettenberg Bay is a funny coastal resort hidden in the middle of two popular destinations: Wilderness and Storms River. Why funny? Well, it wasn’t at all as I expected the town to be.

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Tucked away by rolling hills, the town of Wilderness provides a mixture of exhilarating adventures yet perfect for relaxation. Either way, we had to flock with our tiny car to explore the sought after holiday destination.

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The historic Western Cape town of Piketberg looks half-asleep as we arrived on a Tuesday afternoon but with its rigged mountains and settled beauty, it’s no wonder people prefer admiring the town in stillness instead of making it a sort after tourist attraction.

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