Gerhard and I took the drive along the N2 passing through Somerset West and over the Sir Lowry’s Pass which is a long winding pass built snugly along the mountainside, with spectacular views of False Bay and Somerset West and over the other side of the mountain one enters the beautiful Elgin Valley.
After the drive-through Grabouw and past the old Elgin station, you enter the grounds with a huge new building which is the Elgin Train Market. Expecting the usual small town market with a couple of tables with produce and a coffee stand, this was a promising sight.
While Gerhard headed for his caffeine fix at Ground Central Coffee I slowly sipped on my perfectly crafted Gin humming to the tune of Pink Panther played by the local artist!
We just couldn’t resist the handcrafted Fudge from The Fudge Kitchen you will find lots of different flavours to choose from, they use their own original special recipe fudge using traditional methods with a lot of love! You just have to try this delectable treat, it melts in your mouth!