Cape Agulhas

Cape Agulhas

reaching the southern most tip of the African continent, where two oceans meet!

Location: 

L'Agulhas, South Africa

Duration: 

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Cape Agulhas: southern most tip of the African continent
  2. Lighthouse: buying my southern most Coke ever!
  3. Ocean: where the Indian ocean and Atlantic meets
  4. Roadtrip: return day trip all the way from Cape Town
  5. Weather: calm blue sky instead of heavy storms

Image sources

  1. Last lighthouse
  2. Path to the Cape
  3. The two oceans
  4. Abandoned boat
  5. Reaching for the stars

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