Kanonkop Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... us and we liked what we saw. We sat and ate oysters surrounded by the water of the Knysna River meeting the ocean. After a walk to the mainland waterfront we couldn't resist heading back to Tapas and Oysters for some more oysters especially after they said they were showing the rugby and it was non-smoking, win, win.
The following day was our final day in Knysna and we ate out at the waterfront for breakfast planning our day. We returned back to the hostel for wifi and ...
... decided by the parents as this would provide the best opportunities for people in the future.
We also visited a small shebeen, once an unlicensed (and illegal) drinking den, now pretty much a normal bar. This is one of the negative sides of life here, alcohol abuse is a major issue with many people spending their weekends drinking away their earnings. Of course, HIV/Aids is also a big problem, I don't recall the percentage right ...
... to look around the cute little shops and the harbour. I decided to finish my time in Knysna off with a boat trip on the 3 Legs which having driven around the Heads in my car wasn't necessary so I wouldn't really recommend if you can rather drive yourself there as I think the views are far more spectacular from land than sea! That evening we had humongous homemade meatballs for dinner with all the finest trimmings each meatball being about the size of a burger :p and then ...
... book a seat but changed his destination point from George to Wilderness after making his booking. So we made him sit on the floor of the bus and gave him a hard time all the way to Wilderness, which he really seemed to enjoy.
Finally making it to Knysna about 2 hours late, I was so happy to be greeted by Mandy, co-owner of Jembjo’s Knysna Lodge (www.jembjosknysnalodge.co.a). She was so welcoming and within minutes of showing me where the ...
... br> This lady jumped first, and I was scared out of my mind at this point. I kept asking myself, "why are you doing this?" and wasn’t able to come up with a suitable answer. However, the guys on the bridge were great about trying to motivate me to go through with the jump. They already had my money too, so I wasn’t going to chicken out. As it got closer to being my turn to jump, I got more and more nervous. I almost cried at one point but wanted ...