There are no easy days on the Tour d’Afrique… Today was only a 109k day, but after 8k we hit a 50k stretch of dirtroad. Worst was that the road turned east, away from the coast, meaning that we got the wind full in our face for about 20k. A great way to start the day! I came accross Kay. She said this was too much for her and that she would hop on the truck once it would pass. I told her that the wind would only last for about 20k and that after that it would become a tailwind as we would be heading south again. Once the truck passed she stayed on her bike and we finished he 20k windy dirty stretch together. And the next time I saw her she finished the whole day 🙂
Good morning ocean!
Riding along the waves is pretty nice!
Kay on the dirt, battling the wind…
Who would voluntarily ride this?
Waffles and a nap after the horrible road!
And a quick lunch on the beach!
View om Elandsbaai during our last descent…
Camp is at this beautifull beach!
72 yo Terry taking his first ever dip into the Atlantic Ocean!
Ending another great day in Africa