Knysna Country House
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- Swimming pool
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... of coastline in the world and is part of the Garden Route National Park. Our new ‘home’ here is a lovely three-bedroom house set in a gated community built in tropical woodlands. We can walk or bike along the Waterfront pathway which goes on for miles and miles before eventually reaching The Heads and the Indian Ocean.
After settling in, we walked to Waterfront harbour with its lovely shops and restaurants and came across ...
... set off alarms to clear the area of swimmers, etc. Unsurprisingly, the system does not work very well. Now some areas are installing shark nets which act like an underwater fence. They are designed to avoid trapping sea life and are put up and removed each day to avoid getting whales and dolphins trapped in the nets. Anyway, we loved this drive despite its length. At least I did. Vicki was trembling and exhausted ...
... animals on this planet, except of course for bunnies. These will be, climate permitting, a must-have animal for us if we ever have a smallholding. I inquired about the mohair and the best way the woman had of teaching me about mohair scarves, was to walk me across the car park to the little fenced in area housing the goats.
In she walked and out she walked with a 9-day old angora goat in her arms. This goat was put in my arms and I fell ...
... crunch), barely tolerable pizza, decent-but-one-would-think-better-given -the-location sushi, and watched Louis Oosthuizen excite about 8 people left at the pub through the playoff, which ended at about 2:00 a.m. here, with his almost win at the Masters.
Monday morning I left Knysna for the rest of the Garden Route to Port Elizabeth (weather fine, it was business as usual, in Police Room 619).
... the birds brushing past us many times). Mandip’s favourite bird was a tie between the Scarlet Ibis for its bright red colour or the Turaco which was bright green with a deep purply-blue tail. The Turaco would raise its wings to fly and display its bright orange feathers under its wings. Much to Mandip’s dismay, we had left the extra battery at our place and the battery ran out before she could get pictures of all of the ...