Emily Moon River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... but it seems that tubing down white water was in the wedding vows!
We went to the local hotel bar for dinner. Actually it was very nice - sat at the bar and watched rugby then had grilled hake - first fish since we have been here and I'm sure it won't be the last.
So, looking forward, kind of, to another adventure tomorrow - and if I survive, Jerry will shortly discover that shopping for 'clutter' and sparkly things is included in HIS wedding ...
... my leg on a stick without breaking it and walked off limping.
So I'm pretty sure Joey isn't scared of me and I'm also fairly certain what he's doing now counts as bullying.
Apart from that it's been a good couple of weeks. We visited the elephant sanctuary which was lovely and walked with elephants in hand and got 41 likes on my profile picture (yeah I can tell you're impressed). We also visited the beach which means I now wear several layers of makeup to try ...
... We arrived at the bridges quite late in the afternoon, the place was nearly empty and the late afternoon light was beautiful. On the other side of the bridge is a path which leads up to a view point. As we had already hiked for nearly over 5 h all in all, we decided not to climb it. I am sure it is beautiful.
On the way home we stopped in the park by one of the benches overlooking the Indian Ocean and enjoyed the sunset whilst having a beer. Just perfect.
... the boat for the day and did the tour guide patter – really relaxing for Nick and I who sat back looking at beautiful scenery. Did get stung on my bum though when we stopped on shore for a pee – mind you I was glad it was a wasp not a snake after hearing stories at the snake sanctuary.
Met an artist – Malachi Smith in Knysna – quite a character, also a writer and gave us a book of his about women in ...
... the valley that led to the Indian Ocean. A stunning and odd perspective of the valley. As soon as he reached the platform, the after-bungee adrenaline kicked in. Such euphoria is hard to explain without experiencing it. Lew immediately took out the celebratory cigar and lit it, glad to be alive. All three of the Oasis truck bungee jumpers celebrated with a beer and a new mantra: “Fear is temporary, regret is ...