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... here. Next, back to Storm's River. Only had one night here on the way up, so we had to come back on our way back down to Cape Town. Unfortunately, couldn't get a cabin in the National Park this time so booked into a cool place called the Tube-n-Axe in the little tiny berg of Storm's River. We did some really good, long jungle forest hikes the 2 days we were there. The Tsitsikamma Forest is one of the most amazing places. We saw so many types of plants, flowers, ...
... a film. I don't get student loan this year as it's a gap year but saved money from working at primark all summer. Those of you that spoke to me through July and August would've hear my complain often. Didn't save as much as anticipated as I pussied out and actually bought insurance but getting tipped for tours is a turn of events I did not expect. Trying really hard to save them so I might enter freshers in 3rd year ...
... Cape Town, and
a man with many aliases ‘Wings of Steel’ and ‘too many things to do is never
enough’, Rob makes his pilgrimage
back to Plett from Canada at least once a year.
For me, Plett is where my grandparents lived, Archibald was
the dentist here, Chairman of the angling club , and Janet, my lovely warm
‘Granny-Jan’. Summers spent
learning to swim, beachcombing and playing ‘Skop die ...
... with Amarula layered on top. Tastes like a peppermint patty. I chatted most of the evening with Tom from Oregon. It was nice to meet an American who likes to travel. You guys seriously need to wake up to the rest of the world. America is a great place but the rest of the world is really interesting. It was also nice to change some perceptions of Israel (yes when I speak to other people about Israel it’s usually in a positive ...
... minutes. Nice).
We arrived at the nearest fuel station in Uniondale with Kwetu literally running on fumes. The simple joy of getting two full tanks of petrol in those circumstances cannot be underestimated. With our Hilux feeling refreshed we cruised down through the cavernous gorges of the Prince Alfred Pass and into Nature’s Valley where we had planned on camping at the much heralded Wild Spirit backpackers. The heavy rain dampened any enthusiasm to camp and made ...