Bitou River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay
... you may need their permission to make repairs or modifications to the plane. If you don't have their permission you cannot make changes and might be out of luck to fly During the competition: - Adapt and change as events unfold. Nothing will happen as you envisioned it would. If you go into stimulus overload, you will forget the basics. Learn to adapt, don't just execute a script. Execute one figure at a time, think 2 ahead. -Be prepared to ...
... Chilling out being drinking lots of wine and playing cards!
With only 1 full day in the Wilderness we decided to go on recommendation and do a walk to Vic Bay. This involved walking along a disused train track (No trespassing allowed) the whole way built into the cliffs, skirting the ocean. This walk was incredible, we saw so many whales playing in the sea, the views were stunning. At one point we had to walk across a very high bridge with gaps where ...
... and they sent someone to pick me up. Started the Wild Cat Tour by seeing a leopard, and finished it with meerkats (I don't know either). Along the way we went into the Cheetah enclosure and had it nuzzle up against my leg. Quite scary actually. It's a bloody cheetah! I am now sat on my bed, talking to a couple of new people in the dorm. Yay! Not on my own! Don't have a plan for tomorrow, except getting the bus to Bloukrans in the evening. Bungee time on Sunday ...
... where we saw hundreds of seals, more deserted beaches and gorgeous views. The Garden route was certainly living up to its hype.
Our final stop was a town called Wilderness which was a tiny hamlet of shops along the main road to Cape Town. The beach had pretty dramatic currents and the waves came crashing in from all directions, so a 5 minute paddle left you feeling pummeled. The hostel had a fantastic location ...
I stayed three days in Plett. Truth is, I didn’t do much. I sat and read a book (Dan Godoy, you have a very strange taste in books – The Third Policeman is possibly the weirdest book I’ve ever read), had some barbeques (called braai here) and tried to keep warm by the fire! It does get cold here on the ...