La Vista Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... any of the pack and the moment of danger was passed. Well passed for them, but now I was in very close quarters with a group of ****** off baboons. Amazing just how quick one can get pedaling when one has too. Racing forward across the bridge I glanced back too see them settling into the bushes at the side of the road seeming totally unconcerned by the whole procedure. Well you don't get that kind of experience riding to South Fremantle beach in the ...
... not like riding a horse that's for sure. Feeling shacks after that experience we moved onto the final activity of an ostrich neck massage... We held a bucket of pellets in front of us while backing up into a pack of 5 or so ostriches. We had to lift the bucket up and when they began leaning over your shoulder to peck at the pellets, it felt as though you were getting a massage. Another strange experience! We left the farm very happy. Next stop of this busy ...
... my headphones on and listen to music but I just kept getting drawn in. Either that or the sound was so loud from the video and it added to my music which may have almost ruptured my ear drum. When we arrived in Plettenberg bay we got out our suitcases which were covered in some sort of liquid. It may have been from a fire extinguisher, it may have been petrol, all I know is that I was too tired to care. A lovely woman called Stephanie met us to take ...
... along rocks that were perilously close to fierce breakers and a rising tide just a few feet away – more Death Valley than Nature’s Valley it seemed to us!
Back at Knysna’s Jubilee Creek, the going was much easier although, as the walk criss-crossed the creek numerous times, it was inevitable that I was going to fall in. My overconfidence was to prove my weakness: I had skipped lightly across so many branch and stone crossings that I attempted a bridge ...
... After all the drama I was asked to stay to keep an eye and make sure nobody escaped again so I fetched Crystal to join me. The new enclosure was close to the cheetahs and one of the servals was getting very stressed and running up and down as he thought the cheetahs were chasing him. He hit the fence quite hard a few times and then flopped down for a rest. He didn’t seem happy so we called for help. He was showing signs of heat stroke from the hot ...