Legends from our own lunchtimes

Sunday, December 12, 2021

Another Day, Another Beach

The East Coast of the Cape has a thousand kilometres or so of ocean frontage.   

It's a bit hard to get to in spots, which makes it all the nicer when you do, but even then there's no escaping the wind, the sharks, the crocodiles and of course the entirely deadly sea stingers.

You can try your hand at fishing if you keep half an eye out for the crocs, but no self-respecting fish is going to venture close enough to a sandy beach to allow itself to be caught while there are all those wonderful reefs just out there in that blue stuff.

All is not lost.  

They make mighty fine places to sit and have a sausage and contemplate the world, and the rainforest tracks in to them are often quite spectacular.

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