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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 …
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July 7, 2015
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
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... fully operational and privately owned farm, was very informative. it is one of the 10 largest ostrich farms in the world. It produces approximately 16,000 chicks per year and supplies the market with 8,000-10,000 ostriches per year. We saw babies only a few hours old in the incubator, some babies 5 days old, and of course lots of adults. I did not realize before that males are black and females are grey. The eggs can support more than 120 kilograms and ...
... area with impressive mansions. After a couple of hours relaxing in the sun and being knocked over by the strong waves I headed on a walk all along the beach to the start of Robberg. The walk was beautiful although as I got to the one end I noticed 3 dead seals and a few dead fish lying on the beach as well as lots of jellyfish. It's interesting how you did not find the jellyfish anywhere else but at the one end. After a couple of hours of walking and swimming Henk picked me up and we ...
... original road to George, the next township along, taken by the boatbuilders who discovered the inlet of Knysna. The road winds through the hills behind Knysna and George and crosses a few streams with water so rich in tannins that the are the colour of dark black tea. Fantastic views and riding if a little dusty. Dinner this evening will be a braai cooked by our hosts - steak, sausages, lamb chops and salad. Good food but I still think that Tony is the best BBQ cook ...