Knysna Country House
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INTRODUCTION TO THE DESERT TRIP: Another Kelly & Emmanuel adventure to wildest Africa . This trip takes us to Central Kalahari and Kgalagadi, only this time, Rod & Irene Delany from Costa Sarda in Knysna will be joining us with their brand spanking new Toyota. For us Kelly's its a first into CK! 24 days of desert camping and hopefully some animals along the trek! Time to hook up the Metalian trailer and get the show on the road! Carol and Peter together ...
... cruise for the canceled sunset dhow cruise in Stone Town. The boat took us up to the two headlands on the edge of the lagoon, standing guard at the shipwreck-filled entrance from the Indian Ocean.
Knysna is the oyster capital of South Africa, and oysters (like everything else) are so cheap here, so naturally we had a leisurely late lunch of oysters after returning to the harbor. The sun came out at this point, too; I went running after lunch, and ...
... over 10 hectares. The Big Tree, The Waterfall and God's Window were the 3 main ones we did. There are dogs on the farm, Savannah, Thandi (the day we met Thandi she was covered in ticks from a walk. We had a connection!) and Topaz the puppy. All 5 of us set off to find the Waterfall.Savannah and Thandi lead us there as instructed by the hostel owners! Topaz was only young and really clumsy, not sure if he was a help or a ...
... br> Dad - You are doing the bungee jump
Charlie - No I am not...Am I?
Dad - Yep
Charlie stuck to her words and she jumped off the 213m bridge.
She managed it very gracefully, hurtling towards the ground shaking her hands like she was trying to dry her nail varnish.
After we had both done the jump we completed the rest of the drive and spent two nights in Knysna exploring the area by bike.
... and having only eater four apples since breakfast. Later on in the afternoon, I hobbled around the campsite chasing the sunny spots until the sun set. In fact, I did right staying at the campsite as I had been to both Knysna and the Heads the day before. Before supper, I gave my bags (all two of them) a good tidy out and got rid of things I was not to need any more. This also made me feel like the end is imminent. In fact it ...