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The coffee stop in the middle of nowhere
Look out for giant stacks of hay that make up Morale Coffee To Go
It’s good to know you can get a drink and something to eat, even when you’re in the middle of nowhere. Giant stacks of hay mark the spot of Morale Coffee To Go, where you can get everything from coffee to frozen drinks, breakfast buns and boerie rolls. It’s open every day of the week.
Look out for the giant stacks of hay on the side of the R44. Image: Arne van Rendburg
STOP AT THE GIANT HAYSTACKS
Morale Coffee To Go is truly situated “tussen niks en nerens” on the R44 between Hermon and Wellington. Giant haystacks create a real country vibe, plus there are chairs set out where you can enjoy your coffee with a stunning view of the mountains. This hidden gem is a must-visit if you're driving by. Or use it as the perfect excuse to escape the city and take a road trip to this Instagrammable spot.
Take in the beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. Image: Arne van Rendburg
GET A DRINK “TUSSEN NIKS EN NERENS”
The choice is wider than coffee, tea or hot chocolate. Morale Coffee To Go also serves a variety of frozen drinks, called Frios, in flavours including mango, strawberry, passion fruit, chocolate, and hazelnut.
Sunshine or rain, get a hot or cold drink at Morale Coffee To Go. Image: Morale Coffee To Go
DON’T LEAVE HUNGRY
Besides serving refreshing drinks, it also cooks up a storm for breakfast and lunch. Get a breakfast bun stuffed with bacon, eggs, and fried onions, or opt for a hot dog or “lekker” boerie roll with red-onion-and-tomato relish.
It serves breakfast buns, hot dogs, and ‘lekker’ boerie rolls. Image: Morale Coffee To Go
WHEN + WHERE TO GO
Morale Coffee To Go is open: Monday to Sunday, 7am - 5pm
Find it: R44 between Hermon and Wellington
Contact Morale Coffee To Go on: @moralecoffeetogo
Visit this gem any day of the week for stunning views, drinks, and good food. Image: Lara Swanepoel
By Simone Strydom
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