Rough seas of the Cape _8501083

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Description

The Southern African seas are renowned to not always be kind to sailors. But how beautiful to watch massive breakers crashing over the protective walls of Kalk Bay from a safe vantage place.

The village of Kalk Bay was probably established in the 17th century as a small community of lime-burners who mined the nearby deposits of limestone. Its name was derived from the Dutch term for chalk.