Arch Rock Seaside Accommodation
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... hooks for clothes or towels in bathrooms.
We found a nice seafood restaurant down by the beach in town and it was so good, we ate there twice during our stay.
I finally see what the big deal is about the Garden Route. It's a truly amazing place. You need to drive only a little bit to see varied topography and views. And we're only halfway through.
... 30years, but that turned out not to matter too much as the others were a group of friends from the UK who had been to a wedding yesterday. It had been a very good do and they were quite hung over.
They took us by jeep - bouncing around on benches in the open back bit (this time I had my eyes peeled looking for tree snakes in the forest) to the top of the gorge where we had to walk down quite a steep, rocky path to the river. The older, more experienced, ...
... 5000 years but was much much older. He sailed on the HMS Beagle and visited Cape Town in 1836. Further along the coast is a penguin colony. They sounded like donkeys in the bushes and that is where they get their nickname of Jackass Penguins. The young penguins are born fluffy and cannot swim until the grow their waterproof feathers. We saw them swim in the sea and they looked like they were flying underwater. On land they are extremely ...
... the snake it would get nervous. We also learnt that there was a snake called the Black Mamba where if you got bitten you had an 80% chance of death. The highlight was holding the huge banana coloured Burmese Python it was completely harmless but we were one of few out of our tour group who got to hold it.
Then we went to Birds of Eden we walked in and immediately a bird flew up and landed on Dad’s leg and that bird kept on following us for a while. ...
... much as my adrenaline was. The jumping point is beneath the road bridge in the middle of the arch. I joined the back of the queue, there must have been fifthteen to twenty jumpers down there. Some jubilant, having returned to the safety of concrete, others anxiously waiting. I already know what I do when I am anxious. I worked this out when I sky dived. I remove myself from other’s company go quiet and think a lot. Later I would see this again in the background of other ...