Die Ou Pastorie - De Hoop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Awoke to our outside table beautifully laid for breakfast - when did the fairies do that? - and just had time to get dressed etc before food arrived in a picnic basket. Everything is so well done here, and just realised that what I had thought was the price per night is actually for 2 nights. It just gets better and better.
Then a game of that old favourite, the now all too familiar 'hunt the charging cable for my iPad for an hour, fail to find it, get loads ...
... to catch me if I was to fall backwards. The bird didn't seem to flinch at my weight and as soon as I was on, one of the helpers removed the cover from its eyes let it reverse out of the pen and take off with me on its back! (Not before Leona screaming of course). I would say that actually my biggest risk was not the Ostrich itself, but Leona startling the poor animal by screaming at just a flinch of its head when it wasn't even her on the back of it. Nevertheless I got off ...
Such a beautiful spot ...Swartberg mountain range surrounds this little country town... Beautiful gardens and lovely old homes. Went to Cango Caves amazingly beautiful... Then lunch at the ostrich farm and boys went quad bike riding. Tomorrow Mossel Bay and elephant ...
... that is considered part of the Garden Route. It is one of few towns along the coast that is popular for Shark Cage Diving where one has the opportunity to get close-up views of Great White Sharks. We passed on that and stayed put and got off at the city of George to make our pre-arranged shuttle connection to take us to Oudtshoorn which lay 50 km away from the coast over the scenic Onteniqua Pass. The shuttle service is provided by the lodge ...
Monday – We started the day with otter feeding and training with Speckles and Freckles. We then bonded with the lemurs on lemur island whilst given them their breakfast. We then joined Garth's tour for a while. After tea time, we did some enrichment with the meerkats and gave them the meal worm and silk worm lollies we made last week which they loved, we also gave some to Xena the red squirrels and the monkeys who equally enjoyed them. We ...