We arrived in HONDEKLIP BAY after a long day of constant traveling. We were tired and our four legged children were ready for their supper…
With one of the locals’ assistance, we found the Caravan Park and settled in for the night.
The Caravan Park – a walled in piece of ground with an ablution block. Lots of hot water, neat and tidy! After showering outdoors,( with salt water) for a few days, THIS WAS HEAVEN!!!
We woke up refreshed and could not wait to start exploring the town and it’s surroundings. We had a stunning view of the Bay from our campsite.
I loved every moment in Hondeklip Bay. The fresh smell of the sea, the unbelievable beauty of mother nature and the friendly locals, made our visit unforgettable…
Strolling along…enjoying the fresh air and feeling at peace…
I could not believe how this Diamond Dredger lay anchored on the beach?! At least we had the opportunity to have a close up look.
Once again, I could feel the power within! The wonder of nature – the calming effect from the oceans, the secrets of the land and a mystery of the unknown…these are all feelings…feelings of freedom!
We followed the signboards leading us to the wreck of the “ARISTEA”
We could take magnificent photos…(above – only a few of so many!)
Bruno (the brown Pointer) and Junior (the black Labrador) traveled with us from the one destination to another. They enjoyed traveling and explored just as much as we did.
Of the few shops dotted around the town, this one was my favorite.
Of the many accommodation venues on offer, we found this to be the most original one available to visitors.
This little church is not much bigger than a single garage, yet it reflected such a calm and warm feeling.
This unusual rock formation attracted our attention.
We had the pleasure of viewing this famous rock.
We were due to travel further the next day. We had a “braai” in the caravan park while enjoying the view in this calm environment.
We met Eric & Armgard. They were traveling through Africa en route back to Austria Their vehicle was fully equipped to complete their journey through Africa.
Read more about this in our next post!