Petite Provence B&B
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... world away, it's summer here and apart from the tree in the lobby of the hotel, I can't really say we have the 'Christmas spirit'. We arrive at Mooi River, the last village before entering the national park, so need to stock up on the vitals, a cooler box, ice, a bottle of wine and a few beers, ok, we're set! The drive through the lowlands of the park with the Drakensberg mountains as a backdrop is stunning, such a beautiful drive. It's more 'off-road' here with ...
The sunbathers on the beach at Plettenberg Bay had to scramble to avoid the waves that were announcing the rising tide. We watched them as we strolled the length of the beach in front of the restaurants and cafés. Today we had lunch at the Silver Moon, a locally known restaurant that was recommended to us and we met our friends Andrew and Linda there. According to the owner, everything was made to look 30 years old; an interesting ...
... evening with our backpacker host, we deeply dove into the issue of training kids that white affluent people are places to beg for treats, reinforcing the class differences and perceptions of the kids.
Our next stop up the road was the space where Nelson Mandela cast his first democratic vote. The Durban area was not where he lived and he travelled considerable distance to cast his vote at Uhlange School. This was not a random spot, but the burial of one of the fathers of ...
... pools - its awesome. I went in the water for a bit (well just my legs) but it was really cold.
Sue and I went for a walk and helped a scared little old lady walk home.
We said goodbye to Robyn and Joe. Jan and Bill are staying another night - I really like them, they've travelled in Africa for years and have heaps of knowledge of the places we are going to.
... laughs and good times. After 2 nights we, Geraldine and us, decided to head for Mdumbi, a rural village just 30 km from Coffee Bay. Mdumbi Backpackers is the most “responsible” backpackers in all of South Africa. 50 % of the income goes to the community. They have plenty of project going on, such as a school, HIV project, hospital project, adult educational projects just to mention a few. But of course it was raining heavily, and I mean heavily. During a rain pause we ...