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... the lagoon. At low tide, it's not much to look at, but there are lots and lots of tourists who come here for all the splendors that is Knysna.
There are loads of mountain biking and running trails in the evergreens in the mountains above. And there's sailing and boating. And oysters. Lots and lots of oysters. And a good restaurant scene that draws in the Cape Town crowd.
... post in Africa since I leave for the US this coming Tuesday. I hope to fill you all in on my last amazing days spent in Cape Town, where it's currently a balmy 90 degrees. I apologize for that comment, which I know must sting like frostbite, which many of you are probably experiencing at the moment due to wintry conditions present in most parts of the Northern Hemisphere. Anyway, I'm signing off now until my next blog post!
Talk soon homies!
... and the food was delicious!
The following day Ben and myself made our way back to the Elephany sanctuary. Its something that I had always wanted to do and we were so close to it that we headed there to feed them and watch them play. We then headed to Noetsie and saw the the beautiful castle like houses on the beach where the river meets the sea. Overall we had the most amazing weekend and could repeat it again and again!
Next stop L'Agulas..
... on painkillers and in pain when walking which has restricted what she can do poor thing.
We travelled on to the start of the Garden Route via mountains and a night in another hot water spa that wasn't quite as lovely as Citrusdel, but I am just being picky!
Currently in Mossel Bay which is ok. Eddy selected the hostel because it is in train carriages. We expected Victorian jaded splendour and got utlitarian cramped bunks! Mum has no where to plug in her hair drier! We ...
Eshowe was a great place....very peaceful and full of nature. A quaint little area. We ended up hiking a lot while we were here. We started off in the Dlinza Forest where they have an aerial bridge and many hiking trails throughout the forest. We saw lots of monkeys up close and personal. We also headed to the Eshowe waterfall where we hiked and saw even more monkeys! Getting to this little ...