Beacon Island Resort
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... I looked like the sister van wie kom daar! We then shopped till we dropped , ( ok only I dropped) the two younger ones coped. Food for weekend, enough for an army. Great excitement to leave tomorrow. Going to tell u more about it in morning as I can't recall where we going. Just is right close to ...
... and stop whenever they do. They frequently stop and sniff to investigate smells, especially around trees and spray to scent mark where they have been. The pace they set is quite fast although they look as if they are strolling! We had three guides with us to ensure safety and help train Zeus.
We all took turns at holding the leads and walking alongside the cheetahs. It was quite a walk and the weather was hot although still early in ...
Erik is sitting beside me speaking to a gruff-looking, but gentle-spirited, German man with a cigarette (Ingmar). He and his partner (Katarina) helped us located our tent spot when we arrived. Their story is also very cool. They have been on the road 11 months. Something happened in Germany that made them realize they needed to make a change. I suspect some major health problem settled upon them and they’re trying to ...
... 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 ...
The highlight of this stop would be the dinner we were invited to by a large family group of South African Campers. Dinner was excellent, some sort of Traditional Lamb Stew, and the conversation very lively. Always an education to visit with local people who share their views and thoughts on their country.