Fynbos Ridge Country House & Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay
... the Keurbooms river, situated within one of the many gorges. This was a lot cheaper than the Storms River kayaking experience. What a great kayak we had down river. We stopped off on route to little beaches. It is so set up for tourism in South Africa, on this route they even had picnic tables and toilets! It took us about an hour and a half to kayak down river, with many stop offs to admire the tranquil surroundings. At one point we had to get out of the Kayak ...
... here. Next, back to Storm's River. Only had one night here on the way up, so we had to come back on our way back down to Cape Town. Unfortunately, couldn't get a cabin in the National Park this time so booked into a cool place called the Tube-n-Axe in the little tiny berg of Storm's River. We did some really good, long jungle forest hikes the 2 days we were there. The Tsitsikamma Forest is one of the most amazing places. We saw so many types of plants, flowers, ...
... isn't great so haven't quite managed to get to the bottom of why yet but her being alone I believe was a huge factor. But yeah, new one, called Max who is also German. Every time we leave him alone I think he's gonna move out so I keep looking in the cupboards for his sandwich spread or coco pops to see if he's gone but he hasn't. He's staying for a year but I think the realisation of what it's actually like to live with 3 girls rather than ...
... we arrived in
Plettenberg Bay at 7pm to meet Rob. We have done lots of walks and eaten lots
of food and I met a nice girl named Gabriella and she loves to ride horses with
her mum Suzy. Her Dad is called Tony and he goes surfing with Dad in Indonesia.
Tomorrow we are going to Jeffries Bay and Arch and Dad are going to surf as the
waves are getting bigger, then we are going to a game reserve to look for Lions
and Elephants. Pearl
... it would take as long as it did to get to the starting point of the walk and gave little sense of the lay of the land. Similarly, the walk we took on Wednesday – Nature’s Valley to Salt River Mouth - was depicted as a pleasant stroll but actually incorporated a gruelling climb and steep descent, culminating in a beautiful setting where the sea meets the river. The route back appeared on the 'map’ to be a gentle walk across the beach but actually turned into a ...