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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Baz's favourite evening spot as we heard his hooves clomping around on the wood outside our canvas door and he'd left some presents for us in the morning.
We had a stroll into the village in the morning and made our way back for all-you-can-eat pancakes at Dijembe before narrowly missing our Baz bus that had turned up 20 minutes early and proceeded to leave without us. After a 30 minute ride we arrived at the Wild Spirit Hostel in The Crags. The hostel had a lot to ...
... Oren, though white, had been involved in the township for many years and was well known. He assured me that people would be happy to see tourists, and this did seem to be the case.
Knysna being a fairly wealthy town (lots of waterside holiday homes for people from the cities), the townships outside of town are fairly decent as well, the government seems to put in a fair amount of money, with clean running water (to communal ...
... their mates chatting, drinking and eating delicious lamb on the braai. Before everyone arrived we went down the river on the boat which was great. If you live in Plett one thing you have to own which is just about as useful/essential as a car is a boat with a good social vibe being formed around the boat clubs! It was interesting how they all switch Afrikaans and English mid sentence, it is safe to say half the time I had no idea what was going on :p The weather wasn't so great on ...
... and then went to the Croc centre in the afternoon to see some mean looking monsters!! It’s definitely a bit intimidating when you can get right up close to crocodiles and there’s only a thin metal mesh separating you! The following two days we hired a car and Kevin and Alyssa joined us for a full day’s Game driving in Isamagaliso Wetlands Park which finishes at a beautiful beach called Cape Vidal where there are cheeky Samango monkeys ...
... bites were missed and by 3pm our family started to pack up. Just as we were about to leave another hook was set. Brian was handed the rod, and quickly pulled in a ragged toothed shark. Guides estimate it was only about 20kg (nothing like the earlier monster). In hind-site, Brian is very disappointed that the rod was not given to Cameron. Things just happened too quickly. However, Cameron and Meghan were given the opportunity to touch the live shark before it was returned to the ...