Another inspiring theme from Ailsa, wheresmybackpack . So many things come to mind when talking about curves, but we’ll keep it clean. Here is my contribution:
One can marvel at the country’s landscape by driving on these long, curvy and winding roads
I love hiking near the Drakensberg mountains, the terrain challenges you to the core. When I’m battling on the hikes, I always say, that’s it I quit but after a day or two I’m ready to go back.
One certainly needs a break after climbing these curves
In Sterkfontein Caves discover early life forms, fossils, etc., by braving this path either up, down or sideways. This is not for the faint-hearted, in fact if you are claustrophobic you are advised not to embark on this journey. Not only is it curvy down there, but it’s also got some really tight spots to navigate.
Cradle of Human Kind is one of the world‘s heritage sites and about an hour’s drive from Johannesburg. A place to impress the out–of–town visitors. There’s so much to see and take in here and also an opportunity to conquer some fears – the dark, underground, water and swaying means of transport navigating the curves to the exit…Phew!