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Travel Blogs from Knysna
Monday and places to go.. Hermanus has been fab and the b&b great.
Back on the road a longish journey, about 450k today, but apart from our
little mishap yesterday roads are excellent. Although they do have very
strange signs at the side of the road !!! The first one we saw had a
mobile phone with the no. 170 by the side and …
... her first jump. We then travelled to Tsitsikamma National Park at Storms River arriving early afternoon. This is right on the wild coast with stunning coastal views with our site literally metres from the surging sea. We went for a walk along part of this 5 day coastal walk called the Otters Trail to the suspension bridges (over which even Dale walked!!!) over ...
Tenikwa offered us a safe encounter with the cats of South Africa (African Wild Cats, Caracal, Cheetahs and Leopard). It also allowed us to interact with them, some within their owns enclosures.
And Julie's nurturing gene kicked in with observing the close family ties of Meerkats.
... I found out the next day it was more like 18-20km round trip. Took the whole day in the end, very hot but a pretty nice (there's that word again) walk.
On the next day I took a quick tour round the local township with a guy who worked in the hostel. I'd been a little unsure about this kind of tour, in the worst case it seemed a bit rude to go wandering round a poor district and intrude in people's lives, however in this case ...
... we end up at a college rugby sevens tournament with lots of music & cheerleading. First time on this trip we've really bumped into something local (& rain).
So we rather damply drive on to Storms River - I start on the old scenic road but it comes to a grinding halt & its back to the 'motorway'.
Did I tell anyone Crystal Palace are now top of the league and our S African player is an easy topic of conversation?