Anlin Beach House
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... for me but most British people don't play football when it's over 30 degrees with no shade! There were other activites to get involved with such as wall climbing, abseiling and bridge swinging. Each one costing 15 rand which is less than £1. I had a wonderful time. Some of the friends we made who are German volunteers near cape town are currently on a road trip so have stayed with us this weekend. ...
... along with 6 others met our meerkat guide Rudolf on a T-section just outside of Oudsthoorn. It was like we were going on an illegal mission. We followed Rudolf by convoy just down the road to some farm gates and entered. We parked up and were gone tea and rusks to wake us up. I shared my rusk with a curious little mouse who was waiting patiently for our crumbs. We grabbed a deck chair each and followed Rudolf on a small walk through the farm. The day before ...
... here. Next, back to Storm's River. Only had one night here on the way up, so we had to come back on our way back down to Cape Town. Unfortunately, couldn't get a cabin in the National Park this time so booked into a cool place called the Tube-n-Axe in the little tiny berg of Storm's River. We did some really good, long jungle forest hikes the 2 days we were there. The Tsitsikamma Forest is one of the most amazing places. We saw so many types of plants, flowers, ...
... trousers around his ankles for reasons neither I or he knows.
Still having a fairly great time and have officially reached the other side of my homesick period. I am ill a lot, tired a lot, sunburnt all the time and drunk every other night. But I fully appreciate every day that I'm currently living one of the greatest experiences I'm ever going to have so I'm gonna quit my jibba jabbering and let you return to your lives.
*for anyone that doesn't know - Harry is my dog
... wonderful the gated communities were – because we would be so safe. Lots of townships around the area, everyone been friendly. We like it when we have a place for a whole week – no wi-fi though, always makes planning a bit harder and keeping in touch with Tom and Jack. James voted Plett his best town in Africa – we have 'Country Tops’ – all vote for favourite town, activity, restaurant, food etc. Cor we are ...