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... into the ocean there was a very strong pull and before Mel and I knew it we were 200m away from the boys in the boat!! Thinking quickly we swam over to a small spot of sand accessible only by water where we explored and took lots of photos.
Once we got back to Dyls house his mum had prepared a delicious vegetable curry and salad. After dinner we sat outside in the hammocks and lounges listening to the rain on the veranda and chatting until it got quite ...
It was a full moon and Steve had started a tradition of doing something crazy he had never done
before. A few hours after we got home there was a large commotion at the door
so Jack checked to see what it was all about & he found a naked and panting
Steve who had ran naked, in only his shoes all the way from the night clubs
... the King Edward with fence and signage we quickly realized we were mistaken. We knew the tree was near the end of the hike and were hopefully on seeing the first tree that our hike was nearly over as it was getting quite hot. And it was, just off by about a kilometer. After a picnic lunch we drove over to Plettenberg Bay (affectionately known as “Plett”) to check out how beautiful it is said to be. The bay went on for miles and it was ...
... and the staff even performed some local songs for us. A small group of us even went into town for another drink and miraculously found an open dance club on a Tuesday night in an otherwise deserted town. While it was far from a popular party place, we still had some fun dancing.
The next day was another day spent mostly on the road, our last one of those kind of days for this tour though. We did make a short stop at the town of Hermanus for lunch, a place that ...
... but it would have fit in really well. We did see an eagle though, as we turned the corner on a winding, mountain road - there it was right in front of us. It was sitting on top of a dead springbok in the middle of the road. That was quite a moment.
Knysna is a beautiful coastal town. I managed to make a name for myself in a local bar with my drinking, dancing and wholesome talent on the pool table. I am officially unbeaten in Knysna!