Inyathi Guest Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInyathi Guest Lodge Knysna
Nette gesprächige Inhaber die auch schon in der Schweiz waren! (Grindelwald)
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After another peanut butter filled breakfast we waved goodbye to beautiful Knysna and started our trek towards Cape Town. It was a very scenic drive, the coastline flanking our left and the towering mountains peering down at us from the right. At some points during the drive to Cape Town it appeared as if the clouds were flowing over the mountains like a waterfall. Around lunch we arrived in Hermanus where we ...
... day and we worked out they were about 1 step ahead of us each day but would possibly stay an extra day at Storms River which was our next stop. Thankfully they did and we were able to meet up with them, they were camping in the national park at the rivers mouth and we found them curled up inside this tents on a very cold blustery day. Their kids had left for a day out and it was just the 2 of them so they decided to join us on the walk ...
... to learn to surf. Except they spend most of the time just trying to get them in the water, they have a huge fear of the water and genuinely believe there are monsters or something scary in the water!
Watched a Rugby game in the evening, me and Lilian and a New Zealander called Graham, so he was our guide for the game! For any Rugby fans it as 12 - 6 and the Durban team beat the Cape Town team!
Jo burg was the next stop, this is ...
... a boardwalk at various elevations to enable the meanderer the opportunity to look both up and down upon the birds.
We had the most casual of meanders through this little paradise and enjoyed hunting for the birds on the vines, in the canopy, flying in the free space above the canopy, on the ground, at the feeding trays, resting on the metal towers, on the boardwalk. You name it, birds were there. We had bought a very nice ...
... we headed to Knysna and are now in a guesthouse overlooking Knysna Harbour. Guesthouses are the way to go here. Hotels are not that popular on the route.
Tomorrow we are planning to go for an early morning jog before heading off in the direction of the Winelands.
Linda is next door ironing my clothes for tomorrow and cleaning my camera so must go :-)