Arch Rock Seaside Accommodation
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... much more. The entire two hours he talked to us about these cute (but cuteness can be deceiving) wee animals. Eventually most of the family had left the home to find food leaving the two babies with a male babysitter. We watched them for a while before making a group decision to leave them in peace. I walked away as meerkats being my new favourite animal. What a cool experience. If only Rach had of been there to enjoy it with me! Next stop was the ostrich farm, and ...
... going for a SA traditional meal which as far as I'm concerned is something to do and also a meal I don't have to cook as 2 years living at uni did not teach me as much as it should, especially the importance of vegetables. Work is going very well and I really enjoy it. It ****** it down with rain for 2 days last week which at the time was **** but I already miss it. There's something very homely about layering up, having a cup of tea ...
... where we'll be spending the night. On the way there, we passed the seaside resort town of Plettenberg Bay. On the righthand side of the highway, we could see the sprawling holiday mansions that belong to the sort of people who fly there from Jo'burg by private jet. On the righthand side, literally across the street, there was a township, with its cramped temporary wooden shacks. This stark dichotomy is one of those realities about ...
... from the car park to the falls it took us about an hour, this included making photos and enjoying the beautiful views. On the way we saw seals, or they might have even been otters, as this walk is part of the otter trail, dolphins playing in the breaking waves plus some humpback whales making their way up the coast. We also saw huge crickets, big as an adult hand, and other crawling things. The waterfall is nice, some overnight hikers which were on the otter trail, were ...
... from every corner of the globe. Over home grown lamb chops and
boerevors cooked on the braai, we hear of their life, family and worries about
the future. They are Afrikaners, no other country will give them a passport,
they are true Africans, but farm invasions are going on around them.
That afternoon we drive on to Plett, it’s dark when we
arrive, Rob Hansen has dinner ready and we have more catching up to do. A childhood ...