Knysna Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Golf Course
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... for me but most British people don't play football when it's over 30 degrees with no shade! There were other activites to get involved with such as wall climbing, abseiling and bridge swinging. Each one costing 15 rand which is less than £1. I had a wonderful time. Some of the friends we made who are German volunteers near cape town are currently on a road trip so have stayed with us this weekend. ...
... not really. As for the town, it seemed very much like a has-been surfing town. However in talking with others along the way this is not the case. But then they are surfers and we are not, so there you go.
Final stop of the day was Port Elizabeth which was also a disappointment but a knowingly one though I held out hope. It is truly an industrial town and our choice for accommodation, the Lungile Backpackers was not as described in both ...
... and the animal pictures all around the house. They have some truly beautiful African bowls and vases everywhere you look. It’s done simplistically but very elegantly and warm. We are truly going to enjoy our time here. (see pictures in tomorrow’s entry)
We put a piece of fish on the grill and several different vegetables to roast. We had a loaf and bread and a bottle of wine and called it an ...
... while camping in Namibia. After a night of homemade Afrikaans meal, we awake the next morning to the sound of surf at Sugarshack backpackers, a beachside surfers paradise. Our main event in East London - the Lion Park - where a family has raised every barn yard animal, peacock, sheep, rabbit, etc. plus two - 6 month, and two -1 year, and four - full grown white and brown lions. Raised as pets - you can play with the 30kg ...
... all to ourselves. The view looking down is amazing and as we turn back to go back down I am so happy that the weather cooperated so that we could take this walk. As we return to the truck I have time to take pictures of the waves crashing into the outcropping of rock and I get an unexpected visit from a family of Dassies (Rock Hyrax) who come out from the rocks to see what is going on.
This is our last night at the Knysna Inn and ...