When we left the West coast of Portugal after Sojourning 2015, little did we know that when we traveled to Mossel Bay at the bottom of Africa a little less than two months later, that the explorer Bartholomew Dias first landed at this bay, known then as the Bay of St Blaize, after leaving his Portuguese shores in search of India.
“At the end of the World” tells our Tale about our run along the coastal cliffs that Bartholomew Dias would have seen last as he made his way South to Africa. There was no better way to connect the dots that Bartholomew Dias had first Trailblazed all those years back than to run a trail, known as the St Blaize Trail, on the coastal cliffs that he would’ve first seen as he arrived at the bottom of Africa exactly 528 years before to the day (on Joseph’s Birthday, to be precise!).
This Tale is about our trail run along the St Blaize Trail which we ran in Mossel Bay: