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Walk in Africa / Other  / The high road and the low road
29 Jan

The high road and the low road

Today Stuart & Anele took the low road while Lysanne, Kili & I took the high road, so I can only comment on the high road . . . and I think that the pictures below showing the scenery will save a lot of commenting. . .

I like this photo of Lysanne taken at the top of Swartkop. In the background you can see Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak, Constantiaberg, Chapman’s Peak, Steenberg and Elsies Peak!

This photo was also taken at the top of Swartkop, but looking east across False Bay toward the Kogelberg and to Hangklip 32 km away.

Kili did his damnedest to look handsome on the mountain.

But he had serious competition from the Protea speciosa!

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