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... What a lovely surprise! An undulating cliff walk with fab views and flowers, and only one of the three suspension bridges was closed so we could cross the other 2! Brilliant to be on a relatively flimsy (but 100%safe Mum!) bridge with th Indian Ocean crashing below.
Decided to have a drive through the village before going 'home' and found a liquor store. Stroke of luck really as our wine supply had run out and I wanted a bottle of Amarula. ...
... from the car park to the falls it took us about an hour, this included making photos and enjoying the beautiful views. On the way we saw seals, or they might have even been otters, as this walk is part of the otter trail, dolphins playing in the breaking waves plus some humpback whales making their way up the coast. We also saw huge crickets, big as an adult hand, and other crawling things. The waterfall is nice, some overnight hikers which were on the otter trail, were ...
... he got all the girls. We also saw an Indian monkey with white rings around his eyes which made it look stunning. At monkey land we got to go to thir retirement village for old or the disabled. We saw a playful lemur with one arm and some really fat monkeys that had been fed coke and ice-cream.
One f my favourite days in Plett was when we I took captain of a small boat called Arnold and we motored down the Kerboom river. We occasionally stopped at mini ...
... had said it, was: No!
So my head, I was somewhere between an adrenaline high and I mean a real high and I don’t really know what to think or do with myself, perhaps simply overloaded. But it felt good, it felt really good. I wanted to jump up and down and share it with everyone. And on reflection I wanted to do it again. Too late they had closed.
So the obligatory option to purchase the video and/or photos came up and I wouldn’t normally but the photos ...
... skewed. This called for a driver/navigator switch. With Lani at the wheel and myself on map and compass duty we headed out of the camp along what looked like a well worn trail.
Within 500m the trail had deteriorated massively with washouts deep enough to swallow Kwetu’s wheels. This meant several stops to get out of the vehicle and fill in the gaps in the track with boulders from the roadside. The task was made even more enjoyable by the boulders being coated in fire ...