ASIS Travel Adventures 2007-08 travel blog

Southernmost point of Africa, Cape L'Agulhas, where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans...

The drive to the Southern most point in South Africa was along a very rocky harsh wind swept coastline. I'm not sure why anyone would want to live here. The lighthouse has been here since 1949. We walked the tidal pools because the tide was way out and took photos of the point where the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic meet. There seems to be some controversy about this though.

From this stop we drove back along the same road as yesterday to Bredasdorp before driving west along R316 to Napier and on to Caledon. Lots of big farms here in the rolling hills. Once on the N2 freeway we drove west all the way to Somerset West and more farmland. We arrived in Simon’s town once again but this time we will stay over night at the Simon's Town Backpackers so we can drive right to Cape of Good Hope tomorrow.

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