You are either walking up, or walking down in Bhutan. You are either driving left, or driving right in Bhutan. Very rarely does one move in a straight line. So often you do not see the horizon of your path, which means that you can be in the moment all the more!… The path up to Buddha Dordenma… Continue reading →
Whilst in a taxi of 8 people in a 7 person taxi, we got stuck in a traffic jam on the way to Camps Bay Beach. But Cape Town being Cape Town, it ain’t so bad, because there are wonderful views all around. Although I wasn’t able to capture all of it on my camera due to its lens, but got some shots anyway!
Most of the cars had people seating in the back blasting their music!
The jaw dropping view of the mountains in the car ride!
Most of the cars are similar to this! Cheap and good!
An unglam shot of the man scratching his backside, but the traffic was packed at night along the beach!
This shot was taken whilst walking up Lion’s Head. Technically this was meant to be the ‘Lion’s Back’ that leads up to its head, making it more like a lion.
The three buildings in the center of the picture, were termed ‘tampon buildings’. Well, the terminology was between the group I was hiking with. Nonetheless, the sentiment around Cape Town is that the building ‘ugligifies’ the place and some people want it removed!
Although the view is stunning from the picture, it is no where as good being up there yourself. The breeze, the sun, the people and the chance of falling down! There were hardly any proper paths and barely any chains. It was really a tough feat for my reconstructed knee!
One of two hills to cover while you are in Cape Town, South Africa is Lion’s Head. 669m above sea level may not seem like that much, but the trek up will tell you otherwise!
Of course the view from up there is flawless! The mountain in the picture is not Lion’s Head itself, but its the beautiful view from Lion’s Head!
In the morning, one can see the cloud that covers the top on the ranges. The beautiful calm clouds creates a sense of mystery at the top. As though you are gliding along the heavens of this beautiful town.