Inyathi Guest Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Nette gesprächige Inhaber die auch schon in der Schweiz waren! (Grindelwald)
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From lovely Hermanus, we decided to drive on what is called the Garden Route (HWY N2) to the town of Knysna (N-eye-sna). It is a drive of about 400 km so it took us about 5 hours, as we made a stop in Mossel Bay for a picnic lunch..
The route is on the south-eastern coast of South Africa and extends from just east of Cape Town in the …
... breakfast selection at the guest house in Knysna was also great.
What will I do differently next time? I will plan to stay in fewer locations - Mossel Bay and Knysna but stay longer in both. I will also spend more time researching what there is to see and do to make sure that I get the fullest benefit of seeing the most attractions. This also applies to visiting gardens and nature reserves.
if you are an adrenaline junkie then there is ...
... and huge heads, there seems to be kindness and caring in their eyes. When it came to the ride, I was honoured to be mounted on Sally who is the matriarch of the herd. She is enormous and weighs 4.5 tons but she very kindly knelt down for me to climb aboard and eventually to slide off. Mike was given one of the feisty young males to ride and after the elephant had disposed of his rider (again, very politely and gently), he had a barney with another one of ...
... to Plettenberg Bay and we were able to procure self-issued permits at the entrance. We encountered a troop of loud baboons on the dirt path to the trailhead which generated more than a passing interest in our guide. She was familiar with the different troops that lived in the area and was surprised to see where this one was hanging out. She was expecting to see this troop a few kilometers further down on the trail.
The trail starts at the top of a ...
... due to a snare trap, mine did and held on really tight! You could feel them breathing on your hand. Amazing experience! After wiping the elephant snot off of our hands we then got a closer look at them and learnt loads of facts from our guide. All 3 elephants then shown us their party tricks, this consisted of flapping their ears, blowing their trunks and striking a pose! We walked trunk in hand to another spot where we fed them carrots. They were so greedy, ...