She looms gorgeously over our Bo-Kaap guesthouse, daring us to conquer her precarious trails and rocky peaks.
Fifteen kilometres south of Cape Town, there's a dazzling road, hacked perilously out of the side of a mountain.
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, a pair of jackass penguin lovers (real name, seriously) waddled their way onto False Bay's Boulders Beach.
The humble coastal town of Hermanus on South Africa's Western Cape is famous for one thing, and one thing only. It's the world's best place for land-based whale watching.