We left Port Elizabeth behind – which I am glad about as the last couple of days doesn’t really compare to the start of our trip. We travelled along the coast to the Tsitsikamma National Park, famed for its indigenous forests and rugged coastline, and known as the ‘garden of the Garden Route’.
Day 6… We left Ghost Moutain, really didn’t want to leave, our favourite so far! We headed to St Lucia via the elephant coast of KwaZulu-Natal located about 240 kilometers from Durban at the southern extremity of the Isimangaliso Wetland Park. A world heritage site, its estuary has one of the highest concentrations of hippos and crocodiles in southern Africa.
A quick week away in the sun following almost 3 weeks of travelling to the Bahamas and India! I wasn’t sure I needed to get on another plane however I did want to spend some time with Dave and to switch off from work. Cape Verde is a former Portuguese colony which comprises of 10 islands all but three of which are mountainous.
We stayed in Agadir, lovingly known as mini Marrakesh, in the southern part of Morocco, North Africa. Agadir is surrounded by the Anti Atlas mountains, the Sahara Desert on the Atlantic Coast. It is a fairly modern city and is popular for holidaymakers due to the fantastic weather.