We managed to get the kids round to the cave at Arniston/Waenhuiskrans while we were away.
The cave is huge inside; allegedly, so huge that a wagon with a full span of oxen can turn around in it. But probably only at low tide. The locals therefore named it “Waenhuiskrans” literally meaning “wagon house cliff”. No, I’m not sure how it works either.
That’s the front entrance to the cave there on the right. Most people, including us, slip in through the smaller side entrance.
I’ve played with this photo a little and I really think it brings out the magnificent strata and dramatic shapes of the rock. That could be because I’ve had a few glasses of decent red wine before writing this though.
For the full effect, go big on black here. Wine not included. Sorry.