On the Spot B & B at St Francis Bay
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St. Francis Bay
Being tired from the 2 nearly sleepless nights, we arrived at the "On the Spot" guest house, and where pleasantly surprised. The owner greeted us welcomingly and the place was spotless and modern. Just what we needed.
The next morning we walked from the guest house all along the coast to seal point. …
... paddle in. The surf was hArd work, with strong winds and rain, and nine months since playing the waves, I battled through to Gena few average waves all the while watching the murky water, expecting a chunk out of my leg any minute.
After two hours I reluctantly paddled in, happy to have surfed jbay but now hangin for the next session as I was definitly not at my best!
After a lazy few hours at the hostel, a little bit of shopping and ...
... if anyone else would like a go...Nathan took up the challenge and whilst most of his skills were reasonable he was let down slightly when his fleece (polyester anybody?) decided that it too wanted to join in - so I now had 3 flames to keep track of...a quick pat later and all was good and the fleece even lived to tell the tale!
Speak to you soon, lots of love
N and L xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
... our first surreal moment and we got talking quickly about life and la di da. It made us so excited about the future coming up and the amazing things we'll see.
Bed time cozy with about 4 blankets.
This morning woke at 8, out of bed two hours later, hot shower, coffee and road time.
Port Liz by noon, too many Brits so moving on up. In Grahamstown now fixing some car things and later should be up north at another campsite.
... like graham the demented ground hog, or Meerie the tame meerkat etc. Lunch at 1 and then the food process starts all over at 2 again. After every meal serving for the birds we also had to do what was called 'Chicken Dishes'. There was a schedule so you had to do it probably every second day or so, you'd take the plates you took out of the enclosures to a shed like area outside and fill a bucket with cold freezing water and wash all the dishes. At first ...