Whale's Way Ocean Retreat
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... drive but we saved about 7 hours by flying. Packed breakfast on the bus. Good food but still a little full from last night.
Get to airport, hop on plane, get to George, board bus, take malaria medication. Day after tomorrow we hit malaria region. Low risk time of year in a lower risk season but malaria is a nasty little illness so we are not taking any chances. The strain in S.A. is ...
... and even though I almost lost my balance at a failed attempt at carving, I scrambled back up the dune like Lawrence of Arabia to do a second run. Incredibly enough, Scott actually had a helmet fitted with a video camera that he let me use on the second run down, so there is video evidence, apart from photographic documentation, that I did indeed sandboard the Dragon. And yes I probably will upload this to Facebook to do what Facebook does best, ...
... Neil started reaching for his driver's licence etc. but the gaggle of policemen and women smiled and wished us a happy Easter and to drive safely and handed us a pack of goodies! They said to Neil to make sure he took care of me on our trip and we got back on the road. When I unravelled the packaging I realised it was a bag of sweeties and underneath a breathaliser test! Obviously they're cracking down on drink driving over Easter, which was good to ...
... of Wilderness National Park, a park that stretches 80 kilometers along South Africa's southern coastline. The part of the park we'd chosen to explore was right where the Tsitsikamma Mountains crashed into the ocean: striking, stunning, and staggeringly beautiful. There were loads of hiking trails in that area as well, which was another huge draw.
... they were convinced and managed to produce some towels for us.
Left The Baths at 09h15 and headed back to Clanwilliam towards Lamberts Bay. Had brunch at a restaurant on the harbour and browsed amongst the curio shops on the harbour. Walked on the Gannett Bird Colony which is at the harbour. (R30 entrance), but really worth the visit. The stench from the guana was overpowering so it was a huge relief to climb back on the bikes ...