Retrace Andrew's Journey

Coast to Coast

Relive the adventures of Nat Geo's Digital Nomad (@WheresAndrew), who traveled to South Africa to explore the coastal cities of Cape Town and Durban. Along the way, Andrew kayaked around the Cape of Good Hope, photographed the colorful buildings in Cape Town's Bo-Kaap neighborhood, hiked Lion's Head mountain, met Mahatma Gandhi's granddaughters, and learned how to speak Zulu in Durban.

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  • Photo: Cape Colonial architecture on the Cape Town waterfront, South Africa

    Back to the Cape

    Welcome to Cape Town ... again. I’m back! So welcome back to this colorful seaside port that I only just recently came to know and which I’ve been desperately missing ever since I left ...

  • Photo: Colorful houses in the Bo-Kaap area of Cape Town, South Africa

    Beautiful Bo-Kaap

    Pink, yellow, green ... orange, red, purple, pink, white, mustard, turquoise. My mind reads each new color my eyes encounter, this wonderful wall of bright stripes along the street ...

  • Photo: Andrew Evans given a warm welcome at Kalky's Fish and Chips in Cape Town, South Africa

    Cape Town Hello

    Hello! Goeie Dag! Molo Kunjani! Welcome to beautiful Cape Town, where I’ve landed my feet for a good little while. From the moment I stepped off my ship and ventured into this city by the sea ...

  • Photo: I Love Cape Town graffiti in Cape Town, South Africa

    My Cape Town Favorites

    Travel is such a personal thing: one man’s art museum is another man’s prison. Personally, I can feel highly entertained just browsing in a bookstore (though if you want to kill me with boredom ...

  • Photo: Portrait of Jethrow Louw, a self-identifying Hottentot from Cape Town, South Africa

    The Great Hottentot Tea Party

    I offer my sweat as a gift to the earth. Jethro tells me that my sweat is enough—the important thing is to always give back. If we take something, we must also give. ...

  • Photo: Video still of Andrew Evans kayaking around the Cape of Good Hope with swimmer Lewis Pugh

    Good Hope

    Six hundred and fifty shipwrecks lie off the Cape of Good Hope. I prayed that we would not make it six hundred and fifty-one. I had already read enough to be good and scared ...

  • Photo: A mural in District 6, Cape Town, South Africa

    Cape Town Street Art

    Show me your graffiti and you’ve shown me your city. What people scrawl on the walls of the place they live says more about that place than any guidebook. That’s why I love good graffiti ...

  • Photo: Andrew Evans riding horse named Giffie or Little Poison on Noordhoek Beach, south of Cape Town, South Africa

    A Little Poison

    The slower you travel, the more you see. That is why walking is the best way to know a place. And when the place is as magnificent and gigantic (almost 4 miles long) as Noordhoek Beach ...

  • Photo: Portrait of Ela Gandi, granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi

    Gandhi's Granddaughters

    “Most people don’t know that Mahatma Gandhi spent his most important years in South Africa, right here in Durban,” she tells me with a quivering voice. ...

  • Photo: Video still of Andrew Evans eating a Mutton Bunny at the Brittania Hotel, Durban, South Africa

    Eating Bunnies

    I’ve only eaten one bunny so far, but I am sure to devour at least one more before I leave. Bunnies are delicious. Bunny chow (or “a bunny”) is classic Durban cuisine ...

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