We left Wilderness after going for another dip in the Indian Ocean and drove over to Cape Algulhas, the southernmost point of the African continent, and the place where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. We arrived in the early evening, just before sunset. Sarah parted the oceans!
This is why Afrikaners don’t expatriate to other countries:
Untouched rockiness. Can you imagine driving up to this point in a wooden ship 500 years ago, exploring the coast?
We made it to Cape Town late that evening, so no pictures were made, but April snapped this pic of an ocean liner outside our hotel the next morning.