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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... monument; its rocks date back to the early Cretaceous period (120 million years ago.) It was very hot up there and at the end of our hike, we felt we had earned a long lunch at our favourite restaurant in Plett - the Fat Fish. Sushi and fish & chips, followed by Amaretto Affogato (see picture) - wow! We finished the day by watching hundreds of children from the Plett Surf Rescue Club being put through their paces. It was so entertaining; these kids are ...
... chord pull is nice! It worked!! A guy winched himself down to get me. "Please get off me...!" I must have wrapped myself around him because I was frightened ha ha!! AMAZING experience!! No cameras allowed on the bridge so pics to follow. The afternoon saw us tale a stroll along the beach as we awaited the wonder that was the Baz Bus!! Got soaked by a wave and burnt by the sun!! Now I look like a Cornetto....white body, brown face and red shoulders! Kala's feet are black!! Got on ...
... he got all the girls. We also saw an Indian monkey with white rings around his eyes which made it look stunning. At monkey land we got to go to thir retirement village for old or the disabled. We saw a playful lemur with one arm and some really fat monkeys that had been fed coke and ice-cream.
One f my favourite days in Plett was when we I took captain of a small boat called Arnold and we motored down the Kerboom river. We occasionally stopped at mini ...
... from upside down and left with only one of the three concerns. Where you head is at! You’re soon back at the bridge where I was happy to be able to hold on to anything and before you know it you’re on the concrete, still not knowing where your head is at, but the photos prove I was having a fantastic time, my smile is on full display.
I was asked if I wanted to do it again for a discounted price, and it’s not expensive in the first place, my answer, before I ...
... time running out, we had to depart his lovely home and company and get back on the road to Cape Town. Only 800km to go. Lloyd’s recommendation was to head inland to Baviaanskloof and the Rus en Vrede, a famous 4x4 track that cuts through the mountains of the 300,000 hectare wilderness area. After a few interesting wrong turns (including one that led to a friendly sign on a farmer’s gatepost informing us “trespassers WILL be shot”) Lani carefully navigated us ...