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Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay
... then down again and so on, into a deep tropical gorge. With ankles shackled, they must dive head down lest all the blood vessels around the eyes might burst. Now that’s just crazy! Caroline told us that on her son’s second jump, just as he stepped off the platform someone yelled, “wait, your line’s not attached!” I’ll leave it there, not my kind of sport.
Next up along the coast is the town of Knysna. It's pronounced nyze-nah but after a couple of days here I couldn't stop thinking of it as nice-na. Everything here is very... nice. Nice places to stay, nice restaurants, nice scenery, even the township outside the town is pretty nice compared to elsewhere in the country. Maybe it's the slow speed I've been traveling at recently, maybe it's the ease of travel and the tourist-oriented, ...
... them meant going towards them! Luckily Thandi and Savannah came from no where and chased them barking and snarling! They have been trained to protect the farm from baboons. Needless to say we stayed with the dogs for the rest of the day! Weirdly enough the baboons came back 30 mins later and the dogs chased them again. We were inside this time though! The dogs love it!
Got the Baz Bus - kind of glad to leave this hippy station! On route to Storms River.
... in the hostelk bar. We met a guy called Chris from J'burg and the barman Stephan was chatty too. We had way too many ciders before realizing we still had to cook at 8.30pm :? so we made some lovely drunken pasta before returning to the bar......and lasted another hour before having to retire to our beds like drunken mess's :)
Day 2 - Another Glorious day started with pedicures after breakfast and a afternoon that can ...
... up your bum and lean back. Quite a lot to take it. There were a few other jumps which involved climbing up the cliff face with frozen toes and jumping off a tiny ledge, not even a ledge, just a rock poking out. The boys climbed and jumped. It was an impressive 12m. On one of the jumps, just as the group behind us came along Sam Boy jumped an let out a wonder girls scream.
We were in the water for nearly 4 ...
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