Solitude at a holiday resort up South Africa’s West Coast

Being a travel journalist means a lot of solo travelling. It also means visiting places during off season, when it’s misty and overcast or in the middle of the work week. Basically it means visiting places on your own, with few others around. Like Club Mykonos up South Africa’s West Coast. I’m here now, on a Monday night (when both their most popular restaurants are closed) and I’m on my own.

I do like this kind of solitude though. It allows for long walks and quiet explorations. And tonight it allowed for a bit of experimenting with my camera’s shutter speed. Here’s my favourite.

club mykonos at night

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