Mother Africa: Thou Art A Continent–Scenic South Africa

January 22, 2014 No Comments by Theresa Kwofi

It is good to live and to live out my fantastic books–Mother Africa: Thou Art A Continent A Collection Of Essays and Time In Conflict: My Poetry Collections With An African Flavor. When my children were very young, I used to tell them about my love for the southern tip of Africa, namely, South Africa, the only country on the African Continent, which does not have a real name, such as Ghana, for instance. Well, my dream came to pass this summer, when my son and I traveled from Cape Coast in Ghana, West Africa to Cape Town, in South Africa, via Johannesburg and Soweto.

The mountains at the tip of the continent, which I have addressed in my book, Mother Africa: Thou Art A Continent A Collection Of Essays as the ‘The Drakensburg Mountains”, are now called by many names, such as ‘The Table Mountains’. Which ever way I looked, these charming mountains, especially from Cape Town to the Cape of Good Hope, gave me the chance to love them more at a scenic and yet; at also, a spiritual inclination. Wow! To stand up on a hill, which allowed me, to lean on a manmade wall to view the beautiful marriage of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, sent a chain of goose bumps all over my body.

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