Kariega River Lodge
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... was terrified and dashed into the bushes.
There were some water birds, mostly as we neared the Indian Ocean - Egrets, Herons, Plover and Tern. The most impressive bird that we saw was the Goliath Heron. Man, that thing is massive!
We banked on a beach near the opening to the Ocean. It is very windy here and the waves look very impressive as they crash into the rocks across from us at Kenton-on-Sea. We were able to explore for a bit, but ...
... we could come up with was that it was circulating the air as not to concentrate it.
The man came up to the second level where we were and was saying something about that they couldn’t tell us what the ‘chemical’ was, but that we had the option to ‘get off the bus.’
The bus then came to a stop and people started getting out. Not really knowing what was ...
... stop was just outside Morgans Bay. Double Mouth Campsite. Had we known it was so close we would much rather have stayed here. Nestled between mountains this small but very neat campsite laid at the bottom of the hill. A secluded spot with nature walks, access to the beach and mountains to three sides. We will keep Double Mouth Campsite in mind for another time.
Haga Haga was next.
Quint village with a charming hotel. Again, ...
... Patsy taught me.
I had put my name down for a mountain biking trip this afternoon, starting at 3 pm, lasting 4 hours. Good, I needed some exercise and love cycling and surely I would get a more favorable impression of the place.I was really looking forward to the tour but the guide came and told me my bike was broken, and unfortunately I couldn't join. Damn, there goes my afternoon.
What to do? I asked about guided hikes, as ...
... map from the hostel. We were headed to Hog 1, of Hog 1, 2 and 3. Three peaks up to 1953m high at the Southern tip of the Drakensberg mountains. The first section went really well and were soon at one of the falls. After this, we soon realised we took the wrong path and although we were meant to be following the “yellow footprints” we hadn't seen any for a while. After an hour we saw the path we should have been coming up from. We then couldn't find the short-cut ...