Moontide Guest House
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Later start to today. Up at 7:00. Breakfast at 7:30 on the bus at 9:30. I do have to say, the breakfast buffets in S.A. have so far been exceptional! Much better than your typical N.A. buffet! This morning we headed off to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, a short boat ride across the Knysna Lagoon where we rode to the top and walked back down the hill overlooking the lagoon and the Indian ocean. The kids got to dip their hands in the ...
... a chocolate covered brownie with a side of vanilla ice cream? This is probably a good time to mention that when you visit southern Africa, and aspire to be a hybrid backpacker (doing backpacker-esque things while treating yourself from time to time), which is how I've labeled my own adventures, you are not going to return as some haggard, emaciated shell of a human being that's been surviving off of jungle grasshoppers and maize meal. Hell, I've been ...
... to it...under my breath I did. Selfish humans wanting to ride animals not meant to be ridden.
My stay in Wilderness had come to an end. I was able to see Lilian...my friend, mentor, confidant...I have come to find Lilian one of my closest friends...
Quote of the day: The wonder of living is held within the beauty of silience, the glory of sunlight...the sweetness of earth, and the love that lies at the very root of all things.
... cooks. On only one occasion we saw Caucasians working as wait staff and that was in Stellenbosch. The reason for that may have been the fact that Stellenbosch is a University town. While in Knysna, we went to a restaurant called 34 South (it's one of the more well-known eateries in town) located at the waterfront to eat dinner. There must have been 200+ people there and we were the only coloured people sitting down to eat. ...
... had by the four of us at the Country Pumpkin, throwing in yet another free sherry which they always give to bikers as it is known as a biker friendly spot. From Barrydale we drove on Route 62 back towards Oudtshoorn, stopping just outside Ladismith to take pictures of the snow on the Swartbergs Mountains which had just fallen overnight. One of the locals stopped to make sure we were all ok telling us that there will definitely be more snow falling ...