The Pink Lodge On The Beach
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... current conversion rate..... we were all in. There was a band playing the first night and that was fun, even if it was a small crowd.
There were several bike races going on while we were there. We didn't rent any. Instead, we went on some long hikes through the forests outside of town. They were lush and had these huge Yellowwood trees that can be as old as 600 years.
... on the beach a lot.
By the way, this was the same water as I saw Big Whites swimming just a couple of hundred meters away from the beaches... no risk no fun :)
As you might imagine, the Garden Route has so much to offer, that you can't do it all unfortunately...
... line totally bruised my vjayjay. Good thing it’s not being used for anything else for the next few weeks. It will have a chance to unbruise. Besides there was ostrich droewors and kudu biltong to focus on. Hungry after the 2 hour drive back to PE so got take aways from Nandos. Not bad but I would still rather have a steak from Spur.
The excitement of the day had me out by 10pm. When your adrenaline spikes the way mine did today, the crash is ...
Well we have been busy.
We have been to Cape Town, two spa's with lovely hot water and now we are staying the night in a train carriage.
We have seen lots of animals: 2 pet parrots called Elvis & Priscilla (they liked sitting on Dad!), Seals, whales, penguins, ostriches, peacocks dassies and lizards, I held one!
I am having an amazing time.
Will write more soon,
Lilyxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxx
... with **** instructions and getting us to where we need to be even if the instructions are no where close. He does well with vagueness.
While in Eshowe we wanted to learn more about the Zulu culture. Typically they have weddings or coming of age ceremonies, but of course our luck, this particular weekend one of the local Zulu tribes were going to host a barge ride. We decided to pass ...