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Well after 9050 kms it's back to Knysna to witness the inevitable shift towards summer, long overdue according to old time residents who proclaim this winter to be the coldest winter in 20 years!
I'm tasked with penning the last episode of the "Kelly Bush Jol" after the idea of doing a blog on our adventure was hijacked by my dear wife Lizzie. In hindsight it was a good jacking as many of you ...
... were decked with wetsuits, life vest, harness, 'nappy' and helmet to abseil over a rock ledge which had no tubes at the bottom of it....a very rude awakening of what was ahead of us and their hangovers. Suddenly we were abseiling down a 19m rock, jumping into a dark cold waterfall pool and swimming down in between canyons with our leaders Teebz, Puna and Shef. Teebz the tour captain was a natural teacher and leader who was very patient and kind to us all ...
... a picnic spot for our bread and cheese lunch in the forest on the way to the national park of Natures Valley. The scenery on the way was spectacular and green.
We were not sure whether we had time for a walk in the park as we thought we would need to continue driving to the next town to find accommodation. However, in the ...
... at an elephant sanctuary. They rescue the elephants and then hopefully reintroduce them to the wild. I led an elephant for a walk holding his trunk and then fed it. My elephant was born with no tusks as the gene for tusks was missing, it certainly was an experience. We felt the underside of the elephant ear which was soft and it's knees which are really hard. We were taught how to ...
... paying for the whole cabin. No WAY! This of course created more drama but at this point, being sick and tired (literally!!) I didn't give a rats rear end!
Next plan of action is to meet Clive and head to Plettenberg to rent a car. What a pleasant drive this turns out to be Clive is the MAN! I believe he knows everyone up and down the garden route and has a hook-up for you everywhere. On the drive, he finds us the rental car (Avis!) and ...