South Africa is known for its wide-open spaces, gorgeous beaches, bird-rich wetlands, a unique floral kingdom, and wildlife. It’s not often that you find all these treasures in one place – but you will at the 1872 Melkkamer Cottage in De Hoop Nature Reserve in the Southern Cape.
26 November 2014
by Christine Marot (words and images)
She glides along her appointed path, blue-and-gold livery glinting in the sun, weaving through the Great Karoo and skirting the Cape’s linear vineyards. She is the epitome of old-world luxury; she is South Africa’s Blue Train.
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