Further up along the Atlantic coast from Cape Town is a little Fisherman's village called Paternoster. Here, the fishermen go out in their rickety boats to bring back mullet and harders. They are salted in deep troughs and then whilst still glistening they are hung out to dry. At this point they become known as Bokkoms. Eventually when they have dried out fully they turn a golden colour.
Preekstoel Langebaan lagoon
This unusual rock at Kraalbaai on the Langebaan lagoon is known as "preekstoel" which means preacher's pulpit. Kraalbaai is situated in the West Coast reserve. I was lucky to have this place all to myself for hours.
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West Coast Flowers
A sudden trip up the West Coast was quite rewarding. The first burst of flowers were near Darling, a feast for the eye after being held up by too many stop-go interruptions of the roadworks from Malmesbury. I'm not going to say too much - give you a few links of the places I stopped along the way, and let the pictures tell its own story. The next two were taken between Klawer and Piketberg - the field of daisies stretched further than my eyes could see. Judging by the link and the sleeping…