Photographs from the Cape Town leg of Dargle to Dargle.
On the road outside Grahamstown
Eastern Cape views.
Eastern Cape traffic, endless contra-flow.
Early morning in Port Elizabeth.
Me taking the wheel of the Giulietta Spider.
The Author, in a happy moment in a Giulietta Spider.
Devil’s Peak, above Cape Town.
The City Bowl from the slopes of Devil’s Peak on a Late Summer’s evening.
Looking down at Cape Town in the late afternoon sun.
Cape Town’s impressive harbour with Robben Island in the distance.
Cannons below The King’s Blockhouse on Devil’s Peak.
The Marker along side an old British Cannon, Devil’s Peak.
The King’s Blockhouse in front of the imposing Devil’s Peak.
The King’s Blockhouse. now the King’s Pumphouse.
The Blockhouse, looking towards Table Bay.
The Ruins of The Queen’s Blockhouse on the slopes of Table Mountain, above the City Bowl.
Rhodes Memorial, near UCT. A Stunning Greek Temple to the 19th Century Imperialist.
The view from Rhodes Memorial. With Fifa The Dog.
The artistic centrepiece of The Rhodes Memorial; Energy.
At the Cape of Good Hope, looking towards Cape Point.
On the road in Hout Bay.
Hout Bay, the fire damage was obvious on the slopes in this area.
At the Cape of Good Hope.
An impressive bug kill after the long drive.
In Cape Town, outside The Centre For The Book.
At UCT, come to see the “fuss” about Rhodes.
The Rhodes statue boarded up to protect it against further vandalism.
The WW1 and WW2 memorial to UCT staff and students who died fighting.
“Fuck Rhodes” sprayed across the memorial in orange spray paint.
UCT student’s don’t think much of their war dead.
G4S at the scene to make sure nothing goes according to plan.
The empty plinth after the removal of Rhode’s statue. “CJ was here” Cecil John?
Parked up at UCT.
At the Franschhoek Motor Museum for The Cape Alfa Club 50th.
At the lovely Franschhoek Motor Museum.
Alfa Club members from all over the country on the Rupert’s estate.
The car was cleaned up and given a nice spot for the day.
Cape Town City Hall, looking rather nice on a sunny Family Day.
Rhode’s statue in The Company’s Gardens in Cape Town.
Tourists admire Rhode’s statue, which faces north, towards Africa in the centre of Cape Town. “Your hinterland is there”
The National Museum in The Company’s Gardens.
A model Blue Whale skeleton in the chaotic Izikio Museum.
Lion’s Head, overlooking Cape Town.
Pigeons hide from the African sun in the shade of one of Cape Town’s many monuments.
The Castle of Good Hope.
The Dolphin Fountain in the Castle of Good Hope.
Filthy filthy filthy. Oh well. I guess the DA is not “all that”.
A spot in the shade beneath the mighty walls of the Castle of Good Hope.
Jan Hofmyer’s vandalised statue in Church Square.
African Nationalism on the rise in Cape Town.
“Raised by a black Women” Spoiler: He wasn’t. He was raised by his widowed mother.
Louis Botha’s statue outside parliament. Later vandalised.
Empty streets on Family Day.
A little bit of Car Spotting in Cape Town.
Strand, on my way out of Cape Town.
Cape Agulhas, the Southern most tip of Africa.
The point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet.
Nice and dusty from the dirt roads to Cape Agulhas.
The Southern most tip of Africa.
Where’s North from Here? At Cape Agulhas.
Only North from this point.
Driving home in the rain. Somewhere near George.
Back home on the farm after 3700 Miles.