Interlaken Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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For my 60th birthday I made a plan to spend 6 days traveling along the Garden Route to celebrate my birthday. It was also an opportunity to better understand what is along the Garden Route and what would be done differently on my next trip along the same route.
A number of overnight stops were planed to break up the journey from Cape Town until we reached our final destination of Knysna - the total distance from Cape Town to Knysna is ...
... would be Baz Busing it to my hostels, all while carrying my Coast to Coast guide. I'm a shameless promoter and was excited for some planned, organized backpacking in Africa!
And so it was with the Baz Bus that I headed to Mossel Bay this past Monday for my first stop on the Garden Route. The Baz Bus as I mentioned is for backpackers, but it does also sometimes have the problem of turning into your typical western bus where everyone throws on ...
... and Zelda's wedding on the 10th March. The ceremony was beautiful and a stones throw from the Elephant sanctuary. We then went to the harbor where we caught a boat to the most magically setting I've ever seen. Just off the cusp of the mountain there is a restaurant called, Feather Bed, you are outside surrounded by trees, candles, fairy lights, stars and a spectacular full moon...it was something out of a fairy tale. We had a lovely evening dancing and ...
... awe. Lilian and I enjoyed the view over the course of a few days, wow.
The first evening we met with Annette, the girl I met on the Baz Bus weeks prior...funny how that works out. She was a Physiotherapist who quit her job months ago to travel and "figure out what she wants to do." Isn't that the case for so many of us? We enjoyed many conversations with Annette over coffee, dinners and a view of the sea. I can't forget to mention ...
... had by the four of us at the Country Pumpkin, throwing in yet another free sherry which they always give to bikers as it is known as a biker friendly spot. From Barrydale we drove on Route 62 back towards Oudtshoorn, stopping just outside Ladismith to take pictures of the snow on the Swartbergs Mountains which had just fallen overnight. One of the locals stopped to make sure we were all ok telling us that there will definitely be more snow falling ...