A new Nomadic Existence series to launch soon: Landmarks

Landmarks are one of two things, either they’re a natural wonder of the world formed by the powers that be or they’re man – made created to serve as a testament to a particular event in history.

But in reality landmarks – natural or man-made – are just one thing. A guiding light in times of darkness, a reminder if you will, when lost can help show the way. (And with a little help not repeat the same mistake twice).

So in an effort to show our appreciation of landmarks we travelled a little bit across our beautiful country, South Africa, in order to give them their just rewards.


The southern-most landmark: Cape Agulhas

The deepest landmark: Kimberly’s big hole

A man-made landmark: Ronnies sex Shop

The forgotten landmark: Green Market Square Fountain

A naturally wonderful landmark: Table Mountain

By Slippery Joe Lyzard © (Writer for Nomadic Existence)

Photography: Nomadic Bug © 

Nomadic Existence 2015 ©

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