After our 3 nights in Makalali, we headed off to Cape Town. Cape Town is at the top of the Cape peninsula, with the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Indian Ocean to the east. We spent a day driving the 2 coasts.
First stop: Boulders Beach on the Indian Ocean side. This beach is home to one of the largest populations of African penguins.
As you might imagine, the hike along the cliffs was quite windy. Thankfully the wind was blowing towards the land rather than threatening to blow us off the cliffs and into the sea. Grimbil rated the wind as not as bad as the Isle of Skye, but almost as strong as the Cliffs of Mohr. Still, we made it!