Algoa Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the raft - about 200m. This little yellow fish then decided to pester us on the raft, biting at our feet! A short walk through the jungle and across to the other side of the island, takes you to Naked beach. The name says it all, it is simply a long stretch of beach, nothing else. It was so quiet and deserted, and made for a lovely afternoon. We met a girl from Denmark who had just completed a Yoga teaching course in Bali, and I convinced her to do a sunset yoga class, ...
Steady wind about 50mph with gusts exceeding 100!!! So today's itinerary is on hold until lunchtime....Nice group of people, loads of good food and comfortable accommodation, shame about the weather.... Wind finally dropped after lunch so we took a drive to see glaciers from the ice cap which covers about 10% of icelands surface. Awesome!!! Simon, do you remember when we saw them in ...
... part of the island. We have walked behind a very big waterfall, been to a museum and been blown off our feet by the wind. An impromptu stop at a first aid station was required after two of the passengers were injured when blown over, then a bumpy ride to the hotel due to the wind, gusting 40m/s, where we are staying 2 nights or 3 if the storm lasts ...
... beauty on this glorious day. Which turns into a stormy one just as we get on the boat that will take us back to the mainland. As we look back, gloomy and heavy black clouds are forming over the island. The ensuing rainstorm makes the 2 hour trip on the small boat a struggle for survival, let us reiterate a HUGE struggle for the seasoned travel sick , D and Kr. Even with the sympathy of our new Belgian ...
... other is quite an interesting sensation. The pounding of the rain on the water is a sight not to miss. This is followed by a Baywatch-style jog on the beach. With all the rain our big plans to explore the island and hike to the lighthouse literally fall into the water (German is our (ok 2/3 of us) mother tongue, give us a break). Instead we trek through the jungle to reach a sunset lookout point. While we wait for nature's spectacle we practise our posing and shooting ...