Sunset Over Clifton And An End To 2010!

Sundowners are a fabulous thing, especially in Africa. They are more than just a drink to end the day, they are a social gathering, a stop in time, a taking in of the scenery be it beach or bush, a laugh with friends, and a chance to breath in the last moments of the day. This is where I was for sundowners last night, Clifton in the Town that I love. Today we’ll have the last sunset of 2010, and with it I wish you only the fabulous things that dreams are made of. ♥♥♥ to you all.

Sun Setting over the Atlantic Ocean with Clifton’s Moses beach below.

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