- Brian Van Hansen went on a hike to India Venster and thanks to his photos we got to share in his journey
- He posted some truly amazing photos which show some amazing views of the Mother City and surrounding landscape
- He had a lot of South Africans itching to get out and enjoy our beautiful country
Brian Van Hansen shared some amazing pics of his hike up to India Venster in Cape Town. He posted pics of some stunning views which shows off the city from Table Mountain.
India Venster is a popular hiking destination for those who want to take in the magnificent views of the city and coastline as well as the landscape.
Briefly.co.za learned that he captioned the photos with the following:
"A couple more awesome moments from yesterday's hike to India Venster!
Facebook users were blown away with the photos and shared their opinions in the comments section:
"Stunning! I'm so embarrassed to say that most of the places you mention I have not even heard of e.g. India Venster. So right now I'm living vicariously through your hiking group lol. #ineedtogetoutmore."
"Stunning scenery! I'm getting more jealous by the moment!!!"
"Awesome photos! We are so blessed to live in this beautiful part of our country. "
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG and Nomcebo's Jerusalema has seemingly started a never-ending, fun-filled and inexplicably endearing dance challenge. People all over the world just can't get enough of the vibey song, or dance that comes with it.
While Briefly.co.za has proven time and time again, that the song is a source of fun for the young and old, a funny clip that has recently made its rounds on social media has been a source of endless laughter on Twitter.
In other news, Springbok captain Siya Kolisi is one of the darlings of South Africa and his popularity soared when he led the Boks to their Rugby World Cup triumph.
His wife, Rachel, is a popular public figure in her own right and the pair boast impressive social media followings.
Few would be surprised then that when the Kolisis shared some family snaps via social media, both went viral.
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