Oak Tree B&B
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... had to speculate on what happened since they don't come to this part of South Africa.
Later, we ate a great seafood dinner down the road and shared a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc. I'm getting too used to this! The restaurant was high on the bluff and had a spectacular view of the ocean. Our dinner bills for two with a bottle of good wine rarely exceed $30 US with tax and tip. It helps that the US dollar ...
... competitors on the same plane to to reset between flights. Rick's position had moved to #11. We arrived to a freshly washed plane thanks to Hannes and moved the plane out to the line. Then we waited as the wind increased significantly over the coming hours. The wind reading device made its report in the simplest of ways: it flew up and then about 2 minutes later flipped upside down and hit the ground. The Mossel Bay Aero club had just bought ...
... the smallest possible space for the train and I was blind in both directions to anything approaching and realised that if anything did come I’d have nowhere to go except off the edge of the cliff. Still not quite believing that the line was closed I finally came face to face with the landslide and realised there were definitely no trains coming for a long time.
I crossed very precarious bridges that looked like they ...
... PEP is a local thrift store chain in South Africa where one could go purchase cheap items (similar to a Ross).
As we began to cross we had to wade in the water waste deep, making sure we carried our bags over our heads to not get the contents inside wet. It's amazing how power the ocean can be. As the tide rolled in and out, I kept getting sucked in and felt like I was being tripped by some bully at school. I finally decided that water was not ...
Driving in South Africa is quite an experience.
For us North Americans we must first get used to driving on the left hand side and on top of that driving a manual car with the stick shift on the left hand side rather than right.
The roads are well maintained and signs are clearly marked with highways and directions to different towns so that part is easy. The tough ...