Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay
Today we took the short drive to the last stop on our trip, Plettenburg Bay. Given that it is a Sunday and the views from our guest house are so nice, we are just going to hang out today - walking on the beach, sitting and looking at the bay. Tomorrow is our last day, and we'll be filling it up, so today we rest. ...
I'm currently writing this whilst siting in my bikini on the beach so let me preface what I'm going to say by agreeing that my life is currently pretty awesome and I would probably not be able to sunbathe in July in England let alone late october. But for the sake of trying to record all the experiences I have on South Africa I've got to say I'm a tad lonely. Now I know 6 weeks is a very short amount of time and all the girls I ...
... and the other side was very barren and rough country. It was a very narrow, steep, switchback road, and you just prayed you didn't have another car coming your way. We did a couple of times (only 2-3 that the other car was not already pulled over at a view point), but were able to find a good spot to pull over. We were very fortunate not to have any traffic.
We stopped in the lovely little town of ...
Back in Plettenberg Bay, playground of my childhood and
there is a significant decline in chronic accumulated stress levels . My wife
is definitely more beautiful and
funny and my kids more gorgeous. Conversation flows with more ease and colours
are more vivid.
We met Shane on his return to Cape Town and heard the latest
on life and politics in South Africa, it’s corruption, nepotism and drama.
Mostly, all ...
... have time on Wednesday so Wednesday it is.
After a quick chat to Gillian and Mark I went to Main Street to grab some dinner. Main Street was dead. 6pm on Saturday and everything but the Supermarkets and restaurants was closed. It kinda felt like Israel (yuck) except for the supermarkets and restaurants being open. So 1 point for the small quaint beach town of Plettenberg bay. Tonight’s dinner was Chinese food. ...