Fairy Knowe Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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The name led me to expect a certain amount of… wilderness. Certainly, when compared to the 'wild' areas of the East Sussex coast, there is a degree of wildness about the town, but nothing compared to the image conjured up in my imagination. It was however a lovely little place. One end of the town led into a gorge-centred nature reserve and …
Back when our itinerary was changed (or finalised once more) we saw that CMV had included Mossel Bay into our cruise. We had previously visited Mossel Bay, which is about 400 kms east of Capetown, having been taken there by our dear friends Paul and Jenny when we visited them back in November 2003. It is a small town of about 60,000 inhabitants situated on one of the few sheltered harbours on the south coast of South Africa and is famous for the visit by Portuguese explorers in ...
... for wine tasting. When we wanted to pay the obligatory R20 per head, we were told not to worry as it was on the house. 2nd freebie for the day. We LOVE Route 62. Travelled through the HuisRivier pass on our way to Ladismith. Stopped at Ronnie Sex Shop for a country (Big wine) glass of sherry & a plate of slap chips. The place is a very popular little hot spot with even the local Police popping in for a quick drink before they go off to ...
... which was cold but not too freezing and gets its colour from tannin in the falling leaves.
The day basically consisted of paddling through large gorge pools, pushing each other out of the tubes and climbing the cliff walls to jump back into the pool. A lot of run despite the fact there were no rapids due to water levels being so incredibly low.
Time went very quick and we were back at the backpackers around 1:00 where a cooked lunch and cold ...
... black rhinos, and even a few elephants. Dinner at the game lodge was incredible with the carnivores pigging out on springbok and ostrich, while I feasted on the luscious grilled Cape salmon, fresh salads and roasted veggies. The next day we travel from Mossel Bay to Wilderness, stopping at the famous Cango Caves, where a few days before a large lady got stuck for eleven hours! I ...