Porcupine Pie Boutique Lodge
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... miles or kilometers) being 14 kilometers south of Oudtshroom, a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa, to do our last challenge of riding ostriches. Oudtshroom is titled as the "ostrich capital of the world" for its abundant ostrich population. This abundance encouraged the domestication (the transformation of a wild animal into a domesticated animal) of ostriches, which made popular the activity ...
We went out for breakfast before going to Canga Caves. I went with Dale and Vicky went up the Chimney and through the letter box. One and a half hour tour. Once we had finished there we went to the Ostrich farm were Dad, Dale, Tanisha and I rode an Ostrich. We fed the Ostriches and they gave us a massage. We went back to were we were staying and kicked the footy around whilst Dinner was cooking. It was then time for Bed early get up in the morning heading to Cape ...
... the GPS kept on telling me to turn around in an Irish accent.. and she didn't stop until I was on top of the mountains, then she recalculated and told me to carry on :))
That pass is not the kind you drive, you negotiate it. It consist of very narrow and steep dirt road, and caravans and trucks are forbidden. I would hate to drive it in the rain. That will be a ...
... was exciting as we really got stuck into the corners! In Calitzdorp we found a coffee shop and met up with Ettienne and his girlfriend Dalene. We left and then tackled the Rooiberg Pass - very steep but exciting. The descent became hairy as it had been raining and we were soon fighting dangerous muddy conditions, sliding all over the place! The end result of this was that Pieter ...
... and a massive chamber at the beginning of our tour, with each chamber getting progressively smaller as we went further in to the system. As we got to some pretty tight bits the group became quite spread out, it also became a bit more difficult and strenuous to navigate some of the small passages. Some of the group couldn't continue at one point and turned back while we continued onwards and inwards, though tight ...