I always think that the guys along the coast in the Western Cape are very fortunate because of the amount of fresh fish available to them from all the fishing harbours. Whenever we get to travel in the province we like to go and have fish and chips from a local takeaway, usually overlooking the harbour and surrounds. During December we were camping in the Overberg and did a daytrip from Gansbaai to Agulhas. Somewhere in between the Damselfly mentioned that she hoped we would be able to have fish and chips along the way and by the time we entered Struisbaai it was past lunch time already and the stomachs were grumbling louder than the KidZ on the back seat. We went straight to the scenic Struisbaai Harbour which, along with the adjacent beach, was packs with holiday makers.
We headed towards the biggest gathering of people around what looked like the restaurant area on the harbour but disappointingly turned around at the door when we noticed a regular restaurant menu and prices. We wanted proper takeaways. As we strolled around the corner we saw what we were looking for. A caravan doing takeaways plus a sign saying everything is done fresh and from scratch so the food may take a little time. Now that is a language we understand. Snoek, hake and calamari enjoyed with proper slap chips from takeaway containers. All that was missing was the food being wrapped in newspaper, but what the heck, we found what we were looking for.