Then we descended by the other side, doing a big loop back to town. We had some tea at Prince Albert, a nice little town. The N12 from de Rust to Oudtshoorn was absolutely spectacular. Probably one of the most beautiful roads we ever rode. It was at the bottom of a very row canyon, surrounded by high, tall red cliffs on each side, the road crisscrossing constantly over a small river. It was magnificent but too busy with traffic and too and narrow to stop safely for photos. You will just have to believe me or go there yourself! Definitely worth it. We went back to our beautiful guesthouse. For dinner we found a restaurant specialised in Ostrich meat. I had a superb ostrich filet set as a burger. It was amazing meat! All washed down with, obviously, a nice local wine! It had been a very enjoyable day! We were not eating Beans on toast every day folks! Very often we had excellent food at a very reasonable price! We then had to plan to get back slowly to Cape Town. We wanted to get to L’Aghulas, as good tourists that we are. This is the most southern point in Africa, and the division between the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic.