Come watch the sunset in Cape Town.
There are so many spots to choose from when wanting to see the sunset in Cape Town. But I am inviting you to Blouberg Beach. We can first share a bad pizza at Blue Peter, or have a sundowner before we walk across the road onto the beach.
At Blue Peter we can listen to the live music, watch how people get more drunk and laugh louder and gesture bigger. Most importantly, we can feel how the atmosphere changes from day to night.
When we have ventured onto the beach, nostrils filled with salty air, we can stroll around and find the best look out point. Perhaps we still have our drinks in hand, perhaps not. Either way we have the view of angels.
The sleeping Giant.
When we look at the sea we have the sleeping giant on our left still in his eternal slumber. He is surrounded by the hussle bussle of the bright eyed capetonian population. The hues of the mountain change as the sun starts to hide itself over the silver sea.
The wind is finding its way through our hair creating that “windswept and interesting” look that is always the worst to comb out.
Slowly the sky has changed from blue to red and the sun, just millimeters from completing its vanishing act says its final goodbyes before it’s encore the next day. We decide to wait a while longer to see how the night sky comes into appearance. How it looks like glitter on a black canvas when we look up to the heavens. This view makes the whole excursion to see the sunset all the more worth it.
Awe filled and with the wind kissing our bones we decide to make our way home. Just another Cape Town sunset, always amazing and always pulling you back for more.