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... tried and tested - full marks from mwah and what a relief to have a portable 'flushing' Loo!! TK , aka CopK, McGyver and FOMO, for those who followed my previous 3 blogs, will be wholly in charge of our supply of wine/alcohol, water, fuel & solar power once we head into CK. This is the dry season of the Kalahari so although it's warm during the day, Carol tells us it's freezing at night. Spotting game is going to be manna from heaven !! Holding thumbs ...
... was overwhelming. We hardly saw another car and there was little else other than the occasional farm and a few herds of cattle and sheep for mile after mile until eventually, we came across the lovely little village of Greyton.
It is like a little wild-west town with a smattering of quaint old-fashioned shops, bars and restaurants. Wild horses amble across the road, weaving through the sparse traffic. In fact, in recent years Greyton ...
... getting involved with this in London (since Pete’s dad is in the business in SA). Although we didn’t buy any mohair, there was another section to this shop and we ended up buying something special for Cora and Simon, which we hope they’ll like.
With another expensive day coming to a close, we decided to curb our budget and buy food to cook for dinner rather than enjoy another glorious meal. R46 bought us a bag of ...
... like home from home. The next morning,we left the hostel early and drove to Plattenberg Bay which is further east along the coast. The Bay there is lovely. We didn't stay long in Plattenberg Bay because we wanted to press on another 30 mins east to Bloukrans Bridge. Bloukrans Bridge (over Storm River) connects the Western and Eastern Capes and is also the highest bridge bungee in the world at 216m. We stopped to watch people jump which was very ...
... South Africa as it is closest to Cape Town. It starts off near the wine region, then goes through rolling farmland, before cutting into jungle, and then going over canyons, including the world's highest bungee off a bridge at about 700 feet. Pic here -
I decided to go to Knyna because it seemed like the main town in the middle of the region and figured to have the ...