Fynbos Ridge Country House & Cottages
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... ourselves geared up and boyy was there some gear. First there was a full length wetsuit, followed by a half length wetsuit, then there was a weird nappy looking thing that protected your bum, then a buoyancy aid, helmets, carabiner and clipping gear and finally our little booties. Feeling less than comfortable we piled in the back of the buccy and headed off. It was a serious start with a hefty abseil down the steep gorge. It wasn't easy but it was ...
... again due to shallow waters and then get back in! It is crazy how quick the weather can change here.
Unfortunately the next 2 days rained and rained and rained. Because so much of what we wanted to see was outside we ended up based at the hostel for those 2 days. On both of these days we decided to braai in a huge tepee in the forest. We were the only ones using it and it was pretty cool way to avoid the rain with a fire roaring inside. We did do some ...
It seems like I've lived in South Africa for months but I have to keep reminding myself I’ve only been here 9 days, and only in Plettenberg bay for 3. I arrived at Monkeyland on Monday night after a very strange coach journey. 10 hours sitting on a coach wasn’t something I was particularly looking forward to but I thought it might be okay. It was a Christian themed company which I thought sounded like they might just be nice people or ...
... ourselves well), we arrived at Birds of Eden. It’s the world’s largest free flying aviary! As we approached, we were impressed by its size. It’s essentially many very tall metal towers, atop which is draped the hugest mesh sheet you’ve ever seen. It has basically encapsulated a portion of the famous Tsitsikamma forest where they’ve introduced gazoodles of birds. Through the vines and the canopy of trees, ...
... we met Douglas, a South African Dikkop, who was imprinted after being hand-reared and is well-known for following visitors around the park. Although this seems a sad thoughts, Douglas looked quite happy with his lot, sitting in the sunshine watching the human traffic go by.
After dicing with a watery death on the Salt Lake Mouth walk on Wednesday afternoon, this morning we undertook the 22km mountain bike trail starting at Storms River Village (happily, the bike hire shop ...