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... s bay where we would be staying for the night. It didn't take long. Jeffrey's bay was a cute little beach town. Our backpackers was set right next to it. Unfortunately we didn't get to see much of the town when we arrived that evening, however we did go to the restaurant Rach and Leigh recommended called Nina's place. I enjoyed a chicken schnitzel with mushroom sauce and plenty of vege while Matt had two chicken burgers with a side of chips, fatty! Accommodation: Cristals ...
... higher, I was feeling quite nervous but there was no going back at this point. Luckily they started to play some music which actually helped to calm down a little bit.
When it was my turn I figured that there was no turning back. All the people that went before me did it so there was no space for regrets. I approached the jumping point with the help of 2 guys, I didn’t even look down when they started to count… ...
... I always look like **** at work as well.
As for this week, it has been quite excellent. I went kloofing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kloofing) which I was fairly terrible at but it was great fun. Abseiling and swimming and things. There was once a time I first learnt to swim where my parents would wave and I thought I was doing a great job but I look around and realise that the other kids weren't swallowing as much water as I ...
... luck, one 300m ride will make it worthwhile, Graham
Today we went to Hermanus to see my great uncle John and his
wife Margaret. When we got to the house a little white puppy came running out
of the house to see us, her name was Molly. We took her for a walk on the
beach. The next morning we said goodbye and drove up to see a friend of Dad’s
called Ria who lives on a farm. When we got there we jumped in her buggy to
... wasn’t big enough to accommodate a couple of mountain bikes in the back. On the suggestion of our host Erik, we decided to do the Jubilee Creek walk and set off with a local free map of the area. I mentioned earlier that the road signs here are excellent; unfortunately these standards haven’t transferred well to general directions, descriptions and maps aimed at tourists, the one of Kynsna being a frustrating example of this. It wasn’t to scale, so we had little ...