Crescent Country House
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I can finally check this off my bucket list!
Freefall: 7 secs
... I just pushed myself as far as I could and uuffffffffff! What an adrenalin punch.
My mind went blank for a few seconds, I just didn’t think about anything at all. When I actually reached the bottom of the jump I came back and I got quite scared, the rope was bouncing a lot and when I looked down it was just too high, fortunately a guy came to rescue me and in a few seconds I was up again. I MADE IT!
Now we had to ...
... I never really understood how. It was the same in this case. I drank a lot of sort of muddy brown leafy water but I don't think it made me ill (pretty sure that was the chicken I undercooked...more on that later). A snake chased Raechel in the water and for a girl with a giant snake tattoo I'm not sure she's actually too keen on them especially the ones that are poisonous and follow you around in the water (a medium humans are yet to ...
... son his lunch, after that we went back to the house to have a braai
(barbecue), which she cooked inside the house. After a good lunch and chat we
were on our way to Plettenberg Bay to see a friend called Rob who messed up his
hand kiteboarding in NZ. The next day we walked out to Robberg and did a 10km walk.
After the walk we went to a café and had smoothies and coffee. When we got home
we went for a surf and I had to a 6’1” x 19 ...
... it would take as long as it did to get to the starting point of the walk and gave little sense of the lay of the land. Similarly, the walk we took on Wednesday – Nature’s Valley to Salt River Mouth - was depicted as a pleasant stroll but actually incorporated a gruelling climb and steep descent, culminating in a beautiful setting where the sea meets the river. The route back appeared on the 'map’ to be a gentle walk across the beach but actually turned into a ...