|Because it is the weekend and we are fairly close to Cape Town our intended camp was fully booked upon our arrival. No problem really, as heading south is full of options along the coast. Paternoster is our next choice. The route takes us from Lambert's Bay inland a bit to Leipoldville before driving towards the coast and Eland's Bay. Out of curiousity, we cruise through this small quaint town before going farther south. Beaches are very nice here as well and it looks less touristy. Huge white sand dunes surround part of the town.
Further south we come upon Vrendenburg and then on to Paternoster. The campground here is wy out of town on a windy, rocky area right by the ocean. The decision was made to havelunch here and move on. Voorstrandt Restaurant is right on the beach and perfect for a nice light lunch. An assortment of seafood dishes are available to my delight.
It's another forty kilometers to Langebaan Bay where we luck out to find a nice windy campsite called Leentjiesklip Karavan Park along the ocean. Tonight the camp is busy as it is popular for the Cape Town residents to come here for a weekend. For only R99 we have a huge site but shared ablution facilities. It is large and houses four bathtubs along with the regular showers and toilets. I have never seen bathtubs in a camp facility before. I guess it would be great if you have little ones. They all look clean.
With not much food left in our pantry, dinner out was a necessity. It is our last night in the motor home. Cattle Baron is a steak and grill house that looked appealing. Food was tasty and the service fine.
Tomorrow we will have to pack up our stuff, clean the motor home and returnit. We are not looking forward to this task. Separation anxiety is already setting in.