Porcupine Pie Boutique Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and Calitzdorp was booked up. After buying some beers we decided to ride through the Pakhuis pass to our arranged Barn 62 accomodation. The electrical problems seemed non existent when we got there. After a hot shower I decided to share a room with Maree. Edgar had forgotten his shoes in Willowmore so it was socks only for him. We then settled down to watch the Super 15 rugby watching the Cheetahs/Bulls and then the Stormers/Sharks ...
... right direction. With a good gravel road ahead the three of us blasted along feeling sure that Gerrit would not be far behind in the Landcruiser. We finally came to the turn off to the Africa Burn festival site with no one else in sight. The gate keepers told us the other bikes had gone thru so we proceed to go against the departing festival traffic for several kilometers in thick dust to the Tankwa tented camp site where we decided to call it a day. Gerrit finally arrived with a tale ...
Hmmmm ... rubbish night's sleep. If you ever stay in a place with a corrugated metal roof, make sure that: a) there are no trees nearby, and b) the wind doesn't get up. Spent most of the night listening to vegetation landing on our roof. Sounded like the blitz! Anyway, it won't make us regret our stay there as everything else was good.
Had breakfast, packed up and moved on. But first had to buy a charging cable. Guess who had somehow left hers at home. I remember rolling ...
... 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 ...