Waterside Lodge B&B, Wilderness
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... to do - diving with sharks, bungee jumping, quad bikes to name but three. Additionally if you like to see wildlife or sea life then there are plenty of opportunities - it should be remembered that there is a season for whales which typically runs from May until December. The rest of the year you can sea seals, sharks and dolphins.
The Garden Route is a great place to visit and this first trip has given me an appetite to return later in 2015.
... boards that whip you down the slope and around the sharp bend to the bottom. It was exhilarating even with the slight inconvenience of having sand fill your mouth as your scream in sheer delight--it's totally worth it bro!
After arduously climbing back up the dune (the one thing about sandboarding that can be a little bit of a drag), I strapped into my board to finally, epically sandboard the Dragon. The speed and sensation of it was ...
... line totally bruised my vjayjay. Good thing it’s not being used for anything else for the next few weeks. It will have a chance to unbruise. Besides there was ostrich droewors and kudu biltong to focus on. Hungry after the 2 hour drive back to PE so got take aways from Nandos. Not bad but I would still rather have a steak from Spur.
The excitement of the day had me out by 10pm. When your adrenaline spikes the way mine did today, the crash is ...
... shark dissection at the Shark Board near Durban.... we shall see about that!Jumped back into Sparky and headed to a lovely coastal town called Wilderness, with some great windy sections of our well known road - the N2 - down the hill overlooking the whole beach where we'd be staying, what a view... Before we reached Wilderness though a funny thing happened. There had been quite a few road blocks on the road up to this point and finally we got asked ...
... drive around town. Stocked up with liquid food at the local bottle store and real food at the local Spar for the next couple of days before taking a walk on the beach at the harbour. We froze our toes and ankles to a pale tinge of blue, and learnt very fast that this water on this coast line is definitely not condusive to swimming. Went to "Dirks fish shop" which is the 2nd fish shop in town on the harbour. Bought a geelbek (fish), garlic & cheese mussels ...