Fynbos Ridge Country House & Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... unfortunately it would appear that South Africa doesn't sell any jumpers except for very expensive surf branded ones so this didn't go so well. Feeling like we had bought enough for us to survive the freezing climate for the time being we headed back up the hill and grabbed some lunch from our little restaurant the table. We returned to the apartment after checking that the hairdressers was still shut and had a small amount of time to relax before our pick ...
... as English clubs except you can smoke indoors, the drinks and cheaper, the guys creepier and it closes at 2am. I spent 7 rand all night which is the equivalent to 50p but that most likely had something to do with me paying 20 rand for a drink and getting 100 in change. Work the next day was fairly difficult but most likely more difficult for Max who returned home hanging out of the car window making phone calls to Germany and then continued to walk around the house in his boxers ...
... in Nelson though. Met a lovely man, Bunge – kind of a caretaker were we are staying – another gated community. We laugh every morning when the lady downstairs sticks her head out of the window and shouts in loud posh voice “Bunge, Bunge come and get my rusbbish Bunge". He told us about his family and where he was from, obviously loved Plett and his job – gave us all a hug when we left. Kind of strange telling ...
... in going next year? I am, so let me know.
I feel like I brushed over my error in arriving in Plettenburg Bay; there’s a bungee jump between Storms River and Plettenburg Bay, the world’s highest at 261metres (wow!) and I want to do that. On arriving in Plettenburg it became evident that even though it is between there and Storms River, Storms River is a lot closer and in being so has become a mecca for adrenaline activities, of which I want to do at least ...
... the famous, twisted kloofs of Baviaanskloof.
With gravity now on Kwetu’s side, the descent into the valley running through the centre of Baviaanskloof was smooth sailing. Our trusty Hilux, even with novices like us at the wheel, had eaten up and spat out yet another track that would have many modern 4x4’s reaching for the towel. Waiting for us at the end of the Rus en Vrede was a brilliantly vulgar Afrikaaner farmer who was demanding cash payment for the use of ...