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Beautiful hotel. Staff extremely helpful and the location is simply amazing.
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To say we woke at the crack of dawn would be to say that we slept 2 hours longer than we really did. Early flight this morning from Cape Town to George. Awoke at 4:45 after a restless nights sleep (I think we all probably have trouble sleeping when we know we have a early flight!). Dressed, packed and downstairs by 5:15 then off to the airport for …
Hi everyone! So, I have had a crazy week in Jo'berg. It ranges from sleeping on the floor of a minibus (which felt like my face was rubbing the road whilst being shaken so hard I felt like limbs might just fall off) to jumping off a bridge whilst attached to a rope with some dodgy looking guy "holding" the other end. It seems as if the predictions for the journey were fairly accurate as the trip took ...
... will be staying with friends, Cathy and Rob on the Chobe River
Jun 23-29 - Khwai, North Gate
Jun 29-Jul 3 Xakanaxa
Jul 3-11 - 3rd Bridge - celebrating both our birthdays.
This is a predominantly RTT (roof top tent) excursion but will include a few slightly upmarket nights to pamper and scrub up !
Jul 12 - traveling back to Knysna TBA. ...
The overnight stay at Oudtshoorn was interesting. The boutique hotel was a little tired along with our hostess. However, the restaurant we ate at last night was one of the best we had been to once we found it. Oudtshoorn is famous for ostrich and I had my first taste of that last night followed by Western Coast sole which was absolutely delicious. We were both really tired and settled down to ...
... majestic, high above your head, swinging with long reaches from tree to tree. We also saw the howler monkey, famous for being heard for about 5km when they choose to vocally mark their territory. Many stripe-tailed lemurs darted about, their curious eyes inquiring about us. At one point I was taking photos and so dropped a bit behind the group, which was the moment I felt a bit afraid. It was as though I was the weakling who had been separated ...