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... to change our seats at the KLM desk to window seats for our overnight flight, but were unsuccessful. We went through security and decided to pay the fee to go to the KLM lounge to relax and use the wifi, but we were told that it was going to be too busy and they would not accept paying customers until after 7:30, it was only 4:00 now. UGH! So, we found some seats and tried to keep ourselves amused. I read my book and wrote the blog. Bill ate Monkey Nuts, did ...
Today we head back through the rolling hills of the Wild Coast and inland to East London. This is a largish town just a little smaller than Durban. The architecture here is very reminiscent of French provincial in actuality it's Cape Dutch - as confirmed by Adrian our very knowledgable guide. As we ride through the outskirts of town on the freeway on one side of the road ...
Port Alfred: seaside/marine town Highlights: quick stop at Jeffrey Bay beautiful beach and from there the start of the Sunshine Coast road drive to Port Alfred, walk along the pristine beach, beer for sun down, utterly scrumptious ostrich steak at Links for dinner, seeing the stars (this has obvs ...
... round excellent crack. I even got to dance up on the bar top! That is one of my FAVOURITE things to do!
Extremely hungover today though. Up at midday-ish and went out to eat brunch by a gorgeous look-out point to the beach and the surfers. Walked into Port Alfred, a cute little town and sussed out the situation for the evening. Jaques managed to find us twice during the course of ...
... activity at all). After a few cameras were changed we went back for lunch where I had a nap instead of eating. These early mornings are still too early for me! In the afternoon we went to tackle the demon wattle trees with our saws and our poison. They are absolutely vicious. They grow from ANYTHING, even other trees that are dead. They are super invasive by name and by nature. During our chopping I asked about termite ...