The first section is an overgrown calderimi (portion 80) so today we spent several hours clipping back the myrtle which revealed portions of a beautiful, wide calderimi. It will take several days to complete and I can’t get back there for several days due to other commitments. I also added a couple of bootprint logo signs in both directions (from the bus stop and from the village) in case there is any doubt as to where to go. I also added a painted sign to the turn-off by the orchard. Thank you very much to Tyrone from South Africa, for donating a second day during your holiday. You did a great job!
So is this walk open? Thinking of doing it in a day or two.
Hi. Yes it is. However, on the first bit, calderimi up from the main road, we made a start to widen it but the weather got so hot, we had to stop before completing. There is also a fallen tree we didn’t reach but it is passable. It’s a bit of a scramble up to the dirt road but all plain sailing after that. Be prepared for a lot of people at the church. After the peacefulness of the hike, it can be quite a shock!
Did the walk today. Probably took some wrong turns and added an hour on, but some great views. Managed to hitch-hike out too.
Oh dear. Thought I’d put up enough markers. Thanks for feedback.
Not your fault at all. We had not been able to get a map or guide book. So were really following our nose. The painted 23 on the rock was reassuring. At some point my nose chose to follow a track that distinctly disappeared. We winged it a while until we rejoined a wider track and later saw a couple of markers. If you could get a map and guide into a shop in Neo Klima and other small settlements that may help some others. Definitely not your fault! Great to know what you are doing. ☺