Cape Agulhas is a combination of incredible beauty, ravaged with views of the rugged coastline, major nature reserves, yet steeped in history with steady reminders of the lost lives along the shore of wrecks.
Rich in history like so many of these small dorpies, it’s just fair that even though we were simply just passing through, one has to at least stop and spend an hour or two in the town.
Traveling on the winding open road towards Elim, it’s a town many seem to overlook. With its whitewashed houses and thatched roofing, why explore anywhere else.
With an old world charm, a countryside town like Napier is worth exploring; welcoming you in with rolling wheat fields mixed with a quirky living style and heaps of history.
Napier? Is that even a town? Don’t feel offended! I too could kick myself ever-so-often for not knowing the town of never-ending fields of wheat and barley.