South Villa Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Off to early start? Tracey to have hair done, silver appeared in her hair!, so she sang all the way .....got to wash that gray right out of my hair. It the beautifying process Wilma and my self went to the harbor. Breakfast at 35 degrees. Devine. Wondered around shops then Tracey appeared looking ...
David fetched us before the roosters where awake! Great excitement ,Wilma and myself are going to Knysna for a long weekend! We going to celebrate Tracey turning 50 years young! We had an amazing day! Walked along the pier at Victora bay. Had lunch at Salinas at ...
... to Plettenberg Bay and we were able to procure self-issued permits at the entrance. We encountered a troop of loud baboons on the dirt path to the trailhead which generated more than a passing interest in our guide. She was familiar with the different troops that lived in the area and was surprised to see where this one was hanging out. She was expecting to see this troop a few kilometers further down on the trail.
The trail starts at the top of a ...
... more than her share of helping her community. Even the monies she raises from giving these tours go towards her community, the pre-school, soup kitchen and safe house.
It was a very enlightening tour and I enjoyed it very much. I now have seen first hand what it is like to live in the townships.
It's my last night in Knysna and after the tour I stop by and see my friend Marsel at his workout studio. It's called "On Your Bike" ...
... a lighthouse (and the obligatory tourist gift shop and restaurant of course). Unsurprisingly given the location, the weather was blowing a gale and its pure luck that this blog is not brought to you from a small raft adrift on the Indian Ocean....
We rewarded our continued landborne status with a short stay in the tranquility of Franschoek, culinary capital of the Winelands. Our couple of days there consisted mainly of walks ...