On the Spot B & B at St Francis Bay
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Travel Blogs from Saint Francis Bay
... park we then headed to Jeffery's Bay. This little seaside town is best know for surfers and you can see that by the heaps of wet suit and board rentals- plus the Billabong Factory Outlet (who knew that existed!). We made plans to go shopping there in the morning- check.
We checked into the C-Span Hotel on the beach- we hadn't actually booked this one ahead of time (we are getting braver!)- so we ...
... grown into little beasts. As soon as one of the males saw Kailey he was imediately interested in her flowing skirt. It caught his eye and became a game for him. His teeth ripped a hole in her skirt with ease before the keepers stepped in and told him to settle down and be nice. We sat with the lions for a while, patting them and playing with them. They were just as playful as a kitten but about 10 times bigger.
After having a good cuddle with ...
With a rusty start on Tuesday we finally got going fro the Albergo hostel in Plett and scooted along to the Bloukrans Bridge that is the boarder between the Eastern and Western Cape and is also host to the worlds tallest bungee. Dan was utterly pumped to be flung off (I was a miserable state and had no intions of suspending myself upsidedown on an elastic band 400 meters above a gushing river, I must mention having done it twice before). ...
... an hours drive away for 10am to part with the yoghurt pot.
Sleeping didn't quite go according to plan at this place however......
We had us two, two british guys (one from harlow and one from norwich) and two girls from the uk also, all sleeping soundly in our dormitory.. All was well until I was woken at 5am with a tall black south african man standing in the corner of the dorm holding my bumbag! ...
... and everyone shot off in front of us, as we bobbed along at the back splashing and kicking. Fortunately for us nobody knew the course for the race and by the time we got to the buoy you were meant to turn at, everyone was away past it and we were in a comfortable lead. We somehow ended up winning the race and for our efforts 24 bottles of beer and R200. We went on a celebratory booze cruise round the canals, everyone in the Jaye's boat and me strapped to a rubber tube ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking