Morning dawned and we slowly got up. We had a late breakfast of the left over’s. Kieron thought it was better to pack up the tent and then go and have a shower. We only managed to leave by 12:00 am. Family and friends left by 10:00 am. We took our time going back and stopped off at spur for a late lunch, so then only arrived back in Cape Town at around 5:00 pm. Kieron helped me pack the camping stuff away (which was a mission with another 3 people unpacking at the same time) and I gave him some of the food that I bought for him before he left to go back home.
A spring on the pass
Well, here is to next year’s adventure in the Cederberg which I call my home.
Now about this spring: Apparently Kieron stopped at this spring years ago when he was a kid and so we had to stop on our way down to fill up a flask full of spring water. The water tasted amazing!:) So much better than Cape Town water!
Elephants – Stadsaal
Today we went wine tasting at around 10:00 am. After an hr we walked back to camp, made sandwiches and headed to Statesaal and Trekkieskraal to see some San paintings and formations. I can never get over how awesome the rocks are and I can never get over Trekkieskraal. All the places ar
e made up of red sand stone and over years and years have formed caves and other formations. It is amazing! I love it. So of course I had to show Kieron.
The are so many places to explore there and also seeing the red rocks against the blue sky is still so beautiful to me. It takes ones breath away and it is hard to explain unless one has seen it. We explore some rocks and San paintings but at the end we ran out of time to see much of Trekkieskraal. Though next year we will definitely be back to explore even further since there are some places I haven’t seen and found before.
Can’t wait to do more exploring.