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Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay
... Lizzie embraced the roll of scribe with aplomb, and in the process unearthed her story telling talent. Personally her preoccupation with the pen spared me the mouth for long moments of blissful silence on the road, can't believe I said that!
I have taken a fair bit of stick from the poison pen of Liz, the label COP is appropriate but how boring would it be to keep to the plan. Life presents challenges all the ...
... spring months, brought by the humid sea-winds from the Indian Ocean rising and releasing their precipitation along the 10,000 foot Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma Mountains just inland of the coast.
The Route is sandwiched between the mountains and the Indian Ocean. Nearly 300 species of bird life are to be found in a variety of habitats ranging from forest to ...
... for one isolated instance where he bit one of the baboons.
Tenikwa is renowned for its cheetah encounters, where visitors can actually walk a cheetah like a dog, except that it's the cheetah who usually winds up walking the human. It is the World's fastest animal after all, capable of hitting 120 kph in under three seconds, so I could imagine them dragging people along for one hell of a ride! Unfortunately, we didn't think to book far enough ahead and ...
... this tradition! It makes a pink G&T and yummy; it just adds that extra dimension.
What the night will bring, I don’t know. But it’s now just after 7pm and dinner is scheduled for around 8pm (African time). It says that on the sign. I guess they don’t want any complaints if things are a bit late. Who can blame them. When you’re in this far-removed place, who wants to be bothered with petty worries and annoyances? ...
... Wilderness and we took full advantage of having a bar in walking distance.
We've downgraded our accommodation sightly; after the glamour of the Pink Lodge we are, once again in a hostel. But that isn't without it's charm and we spent the evening sat around the Braai chatting with folks from around the worlds - lubricated with delicious bottle of South African White.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking