Kanonkop Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... windows we roamed the shoreline in hopes of seeing some whale blowhole spray. Maybe it a blessing in disguise that the windows shattered as we enjoyed much more than some spraying water. The whales put on quite a performance for us jumping above the surface many times. We saw and heard many tails slapping the wavy surface. It was quite shocking how loud the sound was when the air and water burst from ...
... got it ready for the trip - I still managed to leave it behind) and this hike was not exactly pram friendly but thankfully there was a third option, Sonya! The hike was about 1.5km in to the swing bridge and then 1.5km back out and Sonya held him every slippery, slow, steep, step of the way. As much as I had clearly not catered for such a hike with Hudson having no shoes and poor Moses had not had a recent nappy change and ended up ...
... put me in touch with her (Thanks Louis) They were my guides for the two days I was there and i had a great time!
They took me to a Dam just outside the city for a Braai which then led to 12 hours of drinking, ending with the WORST shot i have ever had in my entire life. It was called a Flaming Lamborghini.... You layer Sambuca over Kahlua in a narrow glass then pour a shot of baileys into one shot glass and blue curacao into another. ...
... a wonderful time getting up close to these incredibly timid birds. My two favourites of the day were:
- the galah cockatoo, pink and grey with the friendliest personality, always nudging closer to us, trying to get us to scratch its neck; he even took a nibble out of our book
- Northern red bishop, a very small bird of black and almost neon scarlet orange; when it flies it puffs up like a fluffy, round teddy bear and ...
... got to see the beautiful scenery around the isolated lodge. We took a hike around the small mountains and learned some about the plants growing here and animals survive on them. It was extremely windy during the hike, but the sky looked beautiful.
The afternoon had a lot of free time and the whole group took part in a Yoga lesson. One of our friends on the tour, Caitriona from Ireland, is a Yoga instructor and for most of us it was a first try at Yoga. ...