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Travel Blogs from Knysna
... blog on having to abandon his trailer in Windhoek en route to Caprivi made for hilarious reading and was indeed thought provoking.
Such fun that the next trip is in its early planning stage already, next destination my early childhood home, Zambia. We all know age takes it's toll on our bodies. For added comfort our next trip will be in a further modified vehicle. I'm going to rip out the passenger seat and have ...
... an extended active stay. The only point of concern is the baboons – I would not want to meet them on a hiking trail.
We opted NOT to bungee jump off of the Bloukrans Bridge, purportedly the highest bungee jump in the world. It’s been a great trip, let’s not push our luck.
Tomorrow we drive to Port Elizabeth, connect in Johannesburg, and head home. Just in time- we’ve run out of adjectives for this trip. ...
... sea. We ran from lagoon to sea across the beach and were the only people there with the rugged hills of the national park overlooking us.
In the evening, we went for a short walk and foraged for dry wood so we could have a fire over dinner. This was one of our favourite accommodations as it was simple within such a beautiful landscape.
... The beach was a funny experience, lots of South Africans in the water but all with their clothes on and hair nets then two white tourists splashing around with their bikinis on. Chatting to some guys at a beach bar from Jo burg and they said that black people hate the water and cant swim, I'm not sure they can speak for the whole population of black South Africans but I had heard that in Cape Town there is a surf project that takes kids from ...
... we headed to Knysna and are now in a guesthouse overlooking Knysna Harbour. Guesthouses are the way to go here. Hotels are not that popular on the route.
Tomorrow we are planning to go for an early morning jog before heading off in the direction of the Winelands.
Linda is next door ironing my clothes for tomorrow and cleaning my camera so must go :-)