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- Shuttle bus service
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... large cacti and getting great views of the sand dunes to our right and open plains and rivers to our right. At the end of a long track the view opened out on both sides and the sand dunes spread out in front of us. Wow! It was a gorgeous setting as our ponies climbed the steep dunes until we could see the sea. My pony struggled a bit in the deep sand and we were a bit behind the main group but as soon as she saw them again her ears pricked up and she ...
... took us on to the ferry hotel, which is where the old ferries used to cross when there was no way to get across to jefferys bay from port Elizabeth. As we crossed the new bridge he told us that you weren't allowed to park on it anymore as so many people had committed suicide there. People actually drive to this part of Africa to jump from the bridge. The first guy to do it was actually the guy that designed the bridge, he jumped just ...
... there is an Intercape bus leaving at 1pm to Humansdorp (arriving at 19:45). We check with Cristal Cove (www.Cristal cove.co.za) that they have a room available for us this evening as well as checking that they can pick us up from the bus station and then we book our bus tickets (315R each). We say our goodbye’s to Helga and Joseph and they go off to do some shopping. The bus is about 20mins late arriving but we are soon on our way. ...
... paddle out and catch a few and just get the arms paddling again. The conditions were not the best but just getting into the ocean - which was freezing by-the-way - made my skin feel alive again. It was a little eerie out there knowing the great whites are all over the place but we didn't care. We hung out, collected amazing shells, and walked up and down the beach. We both know we will plan a trip back here one day - and try ...
... on a hill overlooking the coast. On our way to rent the wetsuits we walked past a man making bracelets and struck up a conversation with him. He told us he was selling these bracelets as his way of making money now. Four years ago he quit his job and moved to Jefferies Bay to live and has been making and selling bracelets as a living. I thought, that is so cool, he is doing something he loves and not worrying about money in the least bit. While ...