The west coast national park is just a quick hour and a half drive away from Cape town central and oh, so amazing. We decided to go for a weekend adventure and see what all the talk is about with the spring flowers and we were surely not disappointing. During flower season the whole park is filled with wild flowers all over, if your heaven is a flower covered paradise I bet you will think you died and went to heaven, but today’s post is not about the flowers, I wish it were, I just can’t get all those flowers out my head, but its about the amazing beaches in this park. When people say they like long walks on the beach, they must be talking about west coast national park? Walking on long stretches of deserted beaches with the gentle waves lapping at your feet will make anyone a romantic. I felt like I was in a romantic novel walking on the beach while holding Carl’s hand.
Next time I think we will definitely make a weekend trip and stay at the park, there is just so much to do and not enough hours in one day to fully experience this park, especially when you forgot to fill the car up with petrol/gas and you don’t know if you will ever make it out of the park. Don’t worry we found a gas station. I took a little piece of the park home with me thanks to the ridiculous amount of beach sand that was leftover in my shoes, once you get sand in your shoes you will never get all the traces out again. Now, I carry little pieces of the park with me every time I lace up my trainers.
^^ leave behind only footprints.
^^ Carl had a lot of things in his hands, that’s how this semi formal photo happened.
^^ How can you not be mesmerised by the ocean with a view like that.
^^ So many footprints, but we didn’t see any people.
^^ Baby’s first beach trip?
^^ even the sunlight was magical.
^^ Seagull….always such posers.