After days of travelling along the coast, exploring every bay or cove, spending a night or more on the most romantic beaches and experiencing incredible sunsets…we were on our way towards Hondeklipbaai.
It seemed as if we were traveling for ever…the road just carried on… and on…
We took a closer look to see if it would be a safe crossing.
We did not think that this was to bad, we have seen worse before. If you move across slowly, it should be fine…
While traveling along, towards the coast, we passed this farmhouse – miles away from the nearest town…
When we saw this, I was so excited! Yeah! Maybe they sell chocolates?! I was craving for chocolate and our supplies did not include that luxury anymore…
I COULD NOT BELIEVE MY LUCK!!! It was CLOSED…
The “plaster work” on this ruins was very artistically done. A pity that we could not find out a bit more history on this one…(If any of our readers know more about this ruins and it’s history – please send us a comment)
We have traveled routes we’ve never traveled before… when you’ve been on a road that seems to carry on forever and suddenly you see markers like this, you feel somewhat relieved to know you’re still on the right track.
To continue on our route, we had to travel through the Namaqua National Park. The road curved along the Groen River as we were heading towards the coast.
It was nice to see the sea approaching slowly… as we were traveling along the sandy road towards the coast.
It was a hot day with a light wind blowing…enjoyable!
Here, we were…in the middle of a massive stretch of undeveloped ”Wild” West Coast!
THIS WE LOVED!!! It reminded us of a shopping center’s directions to all the indoor stores … very original.
There are many of these information boards (on different subjects) along the coast. The information is very educational and interesting.
Everyone should respect and obey this notice. We could travel on many jeep tracks and enjoy our 4×4 capabilities without disturbing nature.
Here we were…the Spoeg River Mouth!
With the Spoeg River behind us and Hondeklipbaai our next stop, we could look back on a road well traveled.
Follow this track as it winds to the left and to the right… on… and on… to HONDEKLIPBAAI.