I wish I had more images of this trip to share with you what a wonderful country South Africa is. If destiny wills, I will discover in my future travels.
On the way to the end of the world, I met this penguin and a few of his friends by Boulders Beach. although years ago you could scroll between the animals, it is not allowed anymore. The animal numbers have depleted, and the beach is not as populated as it once was.
Did you know that South Africa had the largest Indian population outside of India?
What does the end of the world look like?
It is interesting to watch both seas collide and meet at this point. Oddly enough, they are not even of the same colour. The Indian ocean carries a slight grey, while the Atlantic is far bluer.
At this point you usually get euphoria and an indescribable joy fills. This was after all the Ultimate destination of my trip, of my search.
There are far more amazing images of this end of the world. You can find the rest directly on the galleries.
Later I returned to Capetown. On the course, I visited a few touristic locations, and met a couple or two birds.
I drove up Signal Hill just in time to catch the sunset. Timing coincided and I caught this full moon. – Certainly I must improve this technique. 🙂
While everyone else was admiring the sunset, these two teenagers were talking of …. – oh… who knows?!
Between me and this giraffe went a long conversation. After having ran around the country, and found a peace long lost, in her eyes, she waved me good bye. At least for now.
This ends this series. Who knows where the winds will take us next!
Thanks for following the page! There are far more images available directly on the gallery. ( Up there , in the travel section).