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... walk and were pacing around the exclosure. At first on the walk we felt slightly awkward about the situation and how humane it was but when they say you walk a cheetah it's really a cheetah walking you. You basically hold harness and following the cheetah around as it walks through a large forest sniffing at trees and marking it's territory with it occasionally running off or resting when you have a chance to stroke them. Although we still had ...
... it was a magnificent beast!
The gentle coastal path turned gangster on us an hour or so in and became a somewhat strenuous clamber over rocks for some distance. It was very hot and we were quite worn out at the end. Depressing to see gangs of youngsters skipping over them like rock dassies!
Back at in the camp we enjoyed a final cup of coffee overlooking the beach and set off on our travels again. We headed ...
... agree that our oysters are much more flavoursome. At breakfast Mart, the owner of the B&B, tells us that just minutes away there's a lovely long beach with hard packed sand which is perfect for walking. We hop on the bike and make our way over the headland to Brenton-on-sea and are rewarded with a most spectacular view from the top of the dunes another golden sandy ocean beach stretching as far as the eye can see. We head down to the beach carrying our camera ...
... the iPad did a decent job!!!! We then left for our surprise and ended up going to the most beautiful beach for lunch...noetzie beach...gorgeous, hot, so quiet, just beautiful sea was freezing tho so didn't go in, vladia did tough! Mental case! They got us a cold drink each bless them from the liquor place and had them in the cool box...we just chilled for about an hour was lovely...then towards next location!!! Knysna!!! Knysna is gorgeous, but as u drive it ...
... this site might be interested to know that I did actualyy find something out.
One, there are too many restaurants in Knysna since the recession hit.
and two, the stiff competition is producing some of the best food out.
Some mediocre food, some good fod. And , actually, surprisingly for what was once a timber mill town, some real cuisine. The art form.
Take a look, http://tasteofknysna.com