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... before heading back to Knysna to meet up with Jacks friends Dylan and Mel. We met up with them at a coffee shop before heading back to Dyl's family’s house in Theysen Island. Thysen is a small island in Knysna where every house looks the same or very similar and has their own access to a canal which leads out into the lagoon, which then leads out to the ocean. We went out on Dyls boat and stopped for a swim. As the tide was taking the water out through ...
The last five days of my trip have been my most special. Wilderness and The Crags are just the most extraordinary places to visit in terms of wild spirits, ancient forests and organic vibes. We stayed at Fairy Knowe in Wilderness, which was a homestead on a small farm just out of the village. Digby, Shar and Caroline made us feel welcome and we well and truly made ourselves at home. The area itself is all national ...
... their father, amongst trees and beautiful flowers.
Once breakfast was finished we set off on a 6-hour drive to Plettenberg Bay to meet up with Steve
and his younger brother Digby. It was Digby’s equilivant of our schoolies, what
they call “Rage”. After several drinking games and way too many Cane and Cream
sodas it was time to ...
... Cape Town, and
a man with many aliases ‘Wings of Steel’ and ‘too many things to do is never
enough’, Rob makes his pilgrimage
back to Plett from Canada at least once a year.
For me, Plett is where my grandparents lived, Archibald was
the dentist here, Chairman of the angling club , and Janet, my lovely warm
‘Granny-Jan’. Summers spent
learning to swim, beachcombing and playing ‘Skop die ...
... girl and Eddie decided to beat all of the estimated times on these whilst Sam Boy slept. The first was the waterfall, which was really pretty, it was a steep walk down and initially it only looked like a small falls. Then there was a log across the water to see the impressive falls. Although there wasn't a vast amount of water, they were really great and being in the middle of nowhere was a lovely factor. Next was "the big tree" which was a short walk ...