Interlaken Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to fly and upload them but I'm not sure when that will be. I'm sure most of you are now thinking "Matt has been lying to all of us and has just gone to South Africa for a 3 month holiday". Well you would be correct so far.. But don't worry, work starts Monday morning so I will hopefully be able to get stuck in to whatever I will be doing! I'll be sure to let you all know what I am doing and how it's ...
... 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 ...
An early visit to the launderette followed by breakfast at Mon Petit Pain. Spinach, poached eggs and humous on toast today although the spinach was more like boiled cabbage and it was a bit soggy overall, A car explore to the real seaside with biggish waves and we found one beach with quite a few people on it. Then to the driving range for a Ping demonstration day so Stephen didn't suffer from golf withdrawal symptoms. Onto a bird hand ...
... 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 ...
... the hospitality we have received from the locals has been amazing. What and awesome sight it was albeit rather chilly. Towerkop which is the biggest peak looked spectacular as it was surrounded by whispy clouds. Stopped at Oudtshoorn at The Secession Cafe-Bistro which is at Montague House which was built in 1908. The house is absolutely beautiful still in it's original condition with oregon floors, pressed ceilings and Victorian fireplaces. There ...