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.
Alluring towns with a rich heritage make the drive up all the more special, especially since it’s the third oldest town in South Africa.
If you looking to do something out of the ordinary besides staying at luxury apartments and hotels then I’ll definitely recommend you try something called Glamping (modern camping).
In a world where complexity can be so alluring, I’m astonished by the elegance of Barrydale. Enclosed in a narrow valley at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, and along the iconic road Route 62, this was a town I had longed to visit for some time.