Waterside Lodge B&B, Wilderness
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... 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 ...
... visited the interesting, but a bit shocking, Apartheidsmuseum and tasted a bit of the South African life. In the evening Miek was leaving and Marlinde and me prepared for Swaziland.
After less than a week, Swaziland went from "just a country I want to see because the name sounds so funny" to "one of my favorite places in the world", the weather was cold and rainy, but the people were amazing and the countryside was breathtaking.
We stayed in a backpackers place inside ...
... 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 ...
... stitches all the way down the river. He almost went over about 5 times. Haha!!
After that we had some lunch (well, a glass of wine for me, I’d already had a big breakfast), and then drove back to the hostel to take a walk along the beach and dunes. They were so beautiful – just endless sand … put a beach like that in Europe and it’d be ruined with sunbeds and fat drunks. Then it was off to Knysna for me. I arrived in perfect time, they were ...
... is about 16km's outside of Citrusdale we spent some quality time in the hot tubs and then lolled in the hot pools. We relaxed the weary limbs and generally had fun floating around in the hot water. We had dinner that evening at the Macgregor Restaurant at the Baths which was really enjoyable.
Reminder for the Baths: You need to take your own towels with you as they do not supply this luxury. Sorry faces from the ladies and lots of explaining that we were ...