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Nach einem unglaublich guten Frühstück mit Rühreiern und Bacon, frischen Früchten und Joghurt, welches ich in vollstem Genusse verspeist habe ging es los Richtung Knysna. Auf halbem Weg haben wir auf Empfehlung einen Zwischenstopp in South Afican National Parc Storms River Mouth eingelegt welcher kurz vor Plettenerg Bay liegt. Nach einer kurvigen …
... suitcase! And something I hadn't known: elephant digestion is really inefficient, so they wean their young on fresh droppings! All the guides and volunteers stressed how much they loved the elephants and how they enjoyed looking after them and researching their behaviour. Lucky elephants because they were all orphans. Back to the restaurant for lunch African style (slow, slow slow service), but it didn't detract from what had been a lovely ...
... same sensation....so do not panic. Once the guy had me clipped onto him I did not dare to let go I even accidentally grabbed his bum...I needed human safety and I refused to let go - he of course didn't mind ;-) !!! Once I got back to the top I was happy and tearful. I felt very proud of myself, this is what this trip is about pushing the boundaries and doing things that I would not normally do! World highest bungee jump .... Tick!! Day 3 - ...
... highlights would have to have been the White Lion, the Cheetah and the White Tiger. I am sure we'll see more when we're on safari but here you had an opportunity to touch the Cheetah. They have been raised by hand and are fairly docile for most of the day. Hannah (my friend's daughter) went into their enclosure and patted the Cheetah. The Cheetah obviously loves having his chin tickled, because the started purring like a kitten.
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... The Crags could easily have lasted a couple of weeks, with ladles of walks to explore and the homely hostel in with horses, friendly dogs and the liveliest three year old going called Bongi, you are in for a winner. You will never come across a more eco-friendly hostel with up-cycling and recycling left, right and centre. With reluctant feet we left with a visit to the Elephant Sanctuary for a memorable walk with some lucky ...