Emily Moon River Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... into the sea. Wild Spirit is an eco run hostel, based very much on natural living. Everything is homemade using local resources, including an amazing outside shower. Our camp ground was shared with 2 horses, they kept the grass well mown. We decided to stay here for 4 nights as this seemed a good base for discovering the surrounding area and also you got 1 night free if you stayed for 4 nights :-). We arrived at Wild Spirit in the afternoon, feeling hungry ...
... the vehicle, a male Zebra even came right up to the vehicle snorting and shaking his head. It was really neat. We both saw something we'd never seen, an Aardwolfe. It looks like a small version of a Hyena, grey and black. But he hunts small mammals, lizards, and insects. Also saw some Bat-Eared Foxes, I'd never seen one, and several African Eagle Owls close up, and a really funny creature we'd never seen, a Spring Hare. Kind of looks like a rabbit with a long bushy ...
... bird **** for 3 hours in 30 degree weather. Today I intend to spend the day drinking water and feeling sorry for myself*. I tend to feel much better when I drink though but it does then lead to a terrible nights sleep and then I feel bad again the next day so that's probably not the answer.
Yesterday it was unbearably hot and I had a terrible day cleaning in birds of eden as it was just so dry and hot, a fact that all of ...
... a surf and it was 4-5ft and climbing but I had to
use an even bigger board because Tony was using his and it was 6’6” but I went
2 fin so it was still fun. After the surf we had a braai with some of Rob’s
friends and there was a boy called Simon who I could play with. Archie
We left Cape Town on Monday early in the morning but we
didn’t get to Hermanus until late in the afternoon. We stayed with ...
... wasn’t big enough to accommodate a couple of mountain bikes in the back. On the suggestion of our host Erik, we decided to do the Jubilee Creek walk and set off with a local free map of the area. I mentioned earlier that the road signs here are excellent; unfortunately these standards haven’t transferred well to general directions, descriptions and maps aimed at tourists, the one of Kynsna being a frustrating example of this. It wasn’t to scale, so we had little ...