• Zululand (2) -- Drakensberg
The mountains of South Africa don’t stand as a single solid range like the European Alps. They are a series of ranges, each imbued with its own particular character. Drakensberg is the most majestic of the ranges, s...
花园路线 stretches from Tsitsikamma River Mouth to Mossel Bay (or the other way around, depending on which way you start) like a pearl necklace of bays, beaches, cliffs and rocky capes strung together along a line of pounding white surf. Mountains crowd the shoreline and high rainfall on their peaks brings a consistent supply of wat...
Last day in South Africa! I still cannot get used to the idea that our vacation comes to an end. What to do to make a nice ending? Yesterday we saw Robben Island from the top of Table Mountain. It stands there in mid of the ocean, so isolated and detached from the rest of Cape Town. Robben Island used to be a pri...
• Swaziland: touching smiles and raw African
Happy April Fools continue to the next destination – Swaziland. Swaziland is a small kingdom independent from South Africa, so we get out of South Africa’s border control and get in the border of Swaziland. That adds two extra stamps in our passport. ...
• Zululand (1) -- St. Lucia
Lying within a unique world heritage site that contains 5 ecosystems and situated on the estuary of the St. Lucia Lake, St. Lucia is a veritable relaxing heaven as everything here relates to beach, fishing, boat hire, snorkeling and beach. Plus, very important, a lot of sunscreen.
We are welcomed by a bright blue sky first morning in...
•Sunshine Coast and Garden Route: unlucky with weather but still have fun
If staying a bit longer in East London, we'd probably find it a more interesting place. But it's always a pity of time limit that our traveling can't be extent in one place long enough to thoroughly explore it, discover it and enjoy it. Neither can all beautiful places be visite...