|Roxanne Reid - Africa Addict||
We were hot, tired and grumpy. So when the brittle brown landscape suddenly dissolved into a mirage of lush green grass, palm trees, ponds and cascading waters, we hauled a quick left and decided to bunk down for the night and start fresh the next morning.
Spend a few days on the Cape’s West Coast in April, as we did, and you’ll learn that autumn might just be the ideal time to visit. There were no summer winds, no overpowering heat, no crowds jostling to see the spring flowers the region is famous for. It was close to perfect. Here are some of the reasons why.
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I'm an independent travel writer and book editor with a passion for Africa - anything from African travel, people, safari and wildlife to adventure, heritage, road-tripping and slow travel.