Tuesday, February 4, 2020

The Estuary and Bokkomlaan at Velddrif

We always enjoy taking a drive to Velddrif whenever we're visiting my in-laws on South Africa's West Coast. Velddrif is a small fishing town with an estuary teeming with birds on the Berg River. We also drove along Bokkomlaan, a road named after the salted, dried fish (mullet) known as bokkoms. Bokkomlaan has been declared a heritage site with its historical bokkom industry. I have more great photos of this area from previous visits linked below.

Bokkoms - salted, dried fish (mullet)

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