{South Africa Day Two}

Yesterday, after 12 hours of sleep, we woke up to rain in Cape Town. 
We surprisingly weren’t that bummed. We just took it as an excuse to really slow down, enjoy a leisurely breakfast and French press coffee at our hotel and get settled into vacation mode.
We had originally planned to hike Table Mountain, but since it had rained that morning conditions wouldn’t be great, so we changed plans and decided to drive to Cape Point instead.
What could take you around two hours to drive ends up taking an entire day because the scenery is so breathtaking you just keep stopping to take photos (and this is typical – not just because I’m photo crazy!).
We didn’t really know what we were getting ourselves into when we left the hotel, which is why I hiked in hot pink pants and floral boat shoes 🙂 But hey, I made it work!
It turned out to be an incredible sunny day with some of the most stunning scenery we’ve ever laid eyes on!
{Photos © Liz Denfeld Photography}

31 thoughts on “{South Africa Day Two}

  1. Wow, this is absolutely beautiful! I think I may need to move South Africa to the top of my travel list!

  2. OH MY GOD. It's gorgeous. And clearly you are an awesome hiker for managing to do it in pink trousers and deck shoes- very impressive. And twelve hours of sleep DEFINITELY means you're on holiday- enjoy the rest of it! x

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