For centuries, Africans walked through the "door of no return"directly into slave ships. Nowadays, the portal of this fort so central to one of history's greatest crimes has a new name, hung on a sign leading back in from the roaring Atlantic Ocean: "The door of return." via .hobotraveler.com
Kogelberg Mountains are a range of mountains along the False Bay coast in the Western Cape of South Africa. They form part of the Cape Fold Belt, starting south of Grabouw and forming a steep coastal range as far as Kleinmond. The Kogelberg area has the steepest and highest drop directly into the ocean of any southern African coastal stretch.