This garden is located about 25 minutes from our new house. It's different and even nicer than the Johannesburg garden. This park had hiking trails and a very pretty waterfall.
History lesson time. Walter Sisulu was a leader in the African National Congress (Mandela's crew) during the apartheid era. He was an anti-apartheid activist and leader and was imprisoned for 25 years. He served as Deputy President of South Africa from 1991-1994.
I don't know if Walter ever got to see these beautiful gardens in all their splendor as he died in 2003. I think he would be very honored to have such a stunning place named for him.
|This garden also has a restaurant. We brought our own food this time.|
|They have sculptures of large bugs so you'll recognize the real ones when you see them!|
|We hiked all the way to the top. I love the skies around here!|
|A train that takes kids around the park|
|The deep man walks alone|
|The jewel of the park is the waterfall|
|Getting creative with the photography while Mr. Deep scopes out a black eagle|