Easter Sunday! Now, we talking chocolate and hot cross buns and lots of it! I love Easter:) Though this year the rain decided to come in earlier. Thank goodness, we weren’t camping! This morning involved an Easter egg hunt and a late breakfast with everyone.Then after lunch, with the threatening of rain and it was started to get very cold. So Kieron and I decided to head off for a drive to Mount Ceder to try and get warm.
Road to Mount Ceder
Saturday! Let’s say Easter Saturday, because it is the day before Easter Sunday, where we eat lots of chocolate eggs. But anyway today was mostly recovery for the hikers, in which my mother nearly killed all of the them! So my poor husband spends the day recovering. I mostly cycled and read. The view from the cottage, in which were we were staying. There are camp sites are amongst the shade of the trees on the right and the left. The camp site is mostly covered with grass and with a lawn with a jungle gym for the kids and a perfect amount of space to play different types of sports. The most popular I have noticed is cricket, rugby and volley ball. It makes the most perfect place.
My mom and I went for a cycle. I didn’t realise how unfit on a bike I was! Though it was so good to get out and do some exercise! Per bliss:)!
There are no words I can explain about this photo at the end of this post. You have to go there to experience the peace and beauty. Definitely I photographer and writer’s heaven for sure!
The next morning everyone went hiking up the Wolfberg Cracks. Unfortunately I have knee problems and I wasn’t fit enough for the hike. So today I chilled and cycled until the hiking party returned. It was a beautiful day.
I know I haven’t updated you on my adventures for a long time. I have been so busy! My lasted adventure has been our yearly tradition of going to the Cederberg every Easter. As you know I usually document every travel adventure. So it is better late than never.
This afternoon around midday, we packed up and headed off to Cederberg. We drove convoy with my parents and my sister and her boyfriend. We stopped at the Piketberg spur for lunch with the family. Then we headed up the pass together. I got a phoned call half way up the pass and it was the agency, saying that I would start my first job on the 5 April. So champagne was opened at dinner to celebrate. It was an amazing feeling! We arrived at our cottages in the late afternoon. We unpacked and settled in. Then we had hamburgers for dinner. It was amazing to be in the outdoors, where one can finally see the stars and breath in fresh air. I love the Cederberg.