Dune Guest Lodge
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... zebras, cudu, tortoises, buffalo, goshawks, falcons, vultures, dung beetles and a jackal. The highlight if the drive was running into a large family of elephants, with numerous young elephants playing in front of the vehicle and then the whole family walking straight past the van, pretty much touching the sides of our vehicle. This was a great morning and a fitting climax to some amazing game ...
... we started the Garden Route) and purchased the fish and chips on special, with a table next to the canal.
Moving on along the route, we decided to settle for the night at Wilderness in a German run self catering apartment called Limberlost. Again, another beautiful beach lined the coast but we drove a few kilometres out away from the sea to find ...
... hiker guy. I wasn't in the mood to spend the day alone; that day I wanted a friend. After being with people all week in my beloved St. Johns, I was thirsty for conversation.
Within an hour I was off for a hike. Kilian, the guy from the hostel and his friend Florian (who had rented a car!) took me along for the day to do a few beautiful hikes. Wow. It was pretty stunning. The first hike was along the coast where we had a perfect view ...
... meat is at an all time high price. We have made our way to Stellenbosch and beyond. Stellenbosch has been eventful for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is the commencement of the longest wine route in the world. Sue and I made it as far as the first 5 or 6 before we became overwhelmed (read ******). We decided to laze away an afternoon at the Delaire Graff Estate which is regarded as one of the best restaurants in the region with the most spectacular view. ...
... peice of pardise, located alongside a lagoon and esturary which is buzzing with bird life this quaint little town has a few restuarnts, boutique shops and kilometres of hiking trails, waterfalls and lakes.
We stayed two nights at Fairy Knowe Backpackers, two km from town, this magical places has old farmhouses with hardwood floors, four poster beds, big windows and crisp white linen. They had a bar, a resturant and a great hang ...