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... the animals being captive and feel you can never really justify it even it leads to the care of other animals that otherwise wouldn't have funds. It doesn't get much better then seeing these animals in there natural habitat as we had done on safari but It was still a nice experience to touch a cheetah and walk with such an amazing animal. Once we had finished we headed back to the hostel and whipped up another pasta bake with the leftovers and headed to ...
... our next stop, Knysna, where we were staying the night. Knysna was really lovely and we drove up to the 'Heads' where the ocean enters the lagoon to get some fantastic views of the town. Our B&B was the delightful Bridgewater on Main St.
We walked along the lagoon and through the marina as the sun was setting and onto Thesen Island. We had a fabulous meal at Sirocco on the waterfront and were very contented with Knysna ...
... The helmets are cumbersome to carry especially when walking for a distance on the beach. Next trip we take we'll have to make sure we pack helmet locks for such occasions. It's nice along the beach and there are many locals strolling along the waters edge, walking their dogs playing with their children in the sheltered shallows or just lying and soaking up the morning rays. Unfortunately the sand is not hard packed and I struggle walk on the softer stuff ...
... off to the Knysna heads for a look off the viewpoint.
Running out of petrol halfway up the mountain wasn’t the greatest… though at least it was a good team bonding exercise, all of us new guests sat at the side of the road for 40minutes!! We finally made it up and the view was gorgeous… I can see why the rich and famous flock here. We then went back to the hostel where Louise, Martin and I sat in and watched a film. See – told you this ...
... realised that my travels, apart from my last little trip to Cape Town, which didn't really count, had come to an end, yet it almost didn't really feel as any of it had really happened - cue one sleepless night trying to get my head around it all.
The four weeks passed pretty quickly though and soon I found myself saying goodbye yet again to people I probably wouldn't ever see again, though I was kind of used to it by now. They obviously were still in my thoughts ...