Acorn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Back when our itinerary was changed (or finalised once more) we saw that CMV had included Mossel Bay into our cruise. We had previously visited Mossel Bay, which is about 400 kms east of Capetown, having been taken there by our dear friends Paul and Jenny when we visited them back in November 2003. It is a small town of about 60,000 inhabitants situated on one of the few sheltered harbours on the south coast of South Africa and is famous for the visit by Portuguese explorers in ...
After a light breakfast Adrienne drove us to the airport for our flight down to George. We bought a couple of books and a South African map, had some coffee and then boarded our Kulula plane, a bright green one.
We had a very warm and smiley welcome to a wet George from Anthea's cousin, Margaret and her husband Harry. We where all so happy to greet each other. Anthea last saw Margaret in SA 2 years ago. Mac was ...
... After having a bit of fun running down it's steep banks we spent some time on the beach chasing huge flocks of sea birds across the sand. The little island was really nice with nesting seagulls and views along the coast of the cliffs. As we had to make sure we got back we began our journey back to the entrance along the opposite side of the island. We called our taxi and headed back to town.
Having made good time we decided to get dropped in town ...
... by the same route. Coming back down in the canoe we found the giant kingfishers again, a pair this time, but they just will not allow you to get close enough for a decent picture. Several Half-collared kingfishers with dazzling blue backs went past us like bullets. I was quite worn out by the time we got back to the canoe office, although I think we'd only paddled about 2km in each direction. We drove into town to do some shopping ...
... be smoking a joint (later realized it was a rolled cigarette) and was nursing a beer. The only proper thing to do was to grab a beer, go with the flow and hang out with his hippie friends. He actually wound up being a really nice guy and the craziest thing about him was that he hadn't worn shoes in 7 years.I was the only person staying on the farm that night, so we decided it was best to head back into town to listen to some live music and so he ...