Moontide Guest House
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... had a great reunion with Paul and Jenny. There was much to catch up on during the 100 kms drive back to their protea farm just to the west of Sedgefield. It was great to reacquaint ourselves with the countryside and their property. We go back many decades. When we lived in Johannesburg Paul and Jenny lived in Pretoria where Paul was an architect - one of projects that he is most proud of was the design and construction of the original Jan Smuts (Johannesburg) airport. About 16 ...
... 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 ...
... 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..
... 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.
... a Cafe Latte and a delicious piece of chocolate cake with REAL cream. Back to Groot Brak via Outenique Pass passing through George. As Leon was also showing signs of the Gastric bug we decided to go via a Chemist to stock up on essential medication to get him feeling better. The rest of the afternoon was spent relaxing so as to give the two patients time to relax and get better. Braai with Geoff tonight as Cheryl is now in Ireland.