On the weekend we decided to go visit the penguins at boulders beach. These little penguins just seem so strange on the beach, they should be in snow frolicking around, not rolling around on the beach like a swim suit model. Continue reading
Over the weekend we went on a little adventure drive. With a car at our disposal there was no stopping us! We decided that the gps lady on Google maps was trying to get us to drive into a river, so we turned her off and just got to places the good old fashioned way, by looking at all the road signs and hoping you don’t miss one! We had the idea of going to Muizenberg to go have a look at the vintage changing areas, but things started progressing and somehow we ended up at boulders beach. Everything was just so close! It all just felt like one long town.
After all our fast exploring we decided to go find the penguins! So off we set going the completely wrong way and leading a whole bunch of tourist astray. When we finally realized nothing was on this side, we turned around, watching more people go the way we came from. We managed to find the penguins just chilling around the board-walk! Penguins are just the cutest, they are like little babies dressed in tuxedos just waddling around! We even saw a Mommy penguin feeding her baby. They have a barrier between you and the penguins and very strict signage that warns you of the danger of biting penguins. So I was quite happy to see these little guys from a distance.
As you continue on the little wooden path you get wowed by the amazing beach. The clearest blue waters, penguins swimming and 540 million year old granite boulders! God’s creations are truly amazing. Next time I want to have a swim with the penguins and hope they don’t bite my toes.
^^ Kelp seems to be the national smell of Cape town. I’m not a fan.
^^ Penguin just taking a nap.
^^ Clear water and a penguin cleaning himself.
^^ The water still looks beautiful even with all that kelp floating in it.