Knysna Log-Inn Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of England, Australia, and America but synonymously offered a unique friendly culture set in beautiful surroundings. We plan to return and complete the remainder of the Garden Route in the opposite direction from Cape Town, particularly for Table Mountain, the wineries of Stellenbosch and return to Knysna, The Crags, and Storms River.
Our journey taught us many things but most resoundingly that the vast majority of people in the world are kind and unthreatening, and travel is not ...
We left Kruger Park and drove through spectacular rolling landscapes to the SA capital of Pretoria, where we briefly saw the impressive main parliament building and presidential residence. We then carried on to Johannesburg airport for our third and last time where we boarded a plane for Port Elizabeth on the southern coast.
Our only night in P.E. was spent in a hotel on the Indian Ocean. Of course we had to dip our toes in the ocean in the morning before leaving ...
... Hearts and enjoying some homemade pizzas for dinner. Annamarie and I went a bit crazy with the chilli but all were still delicious! On Wednesday the sun arrived :) and I was at the beach from 7.30am haha. By 10am the beach was packed so I was glad I went early to get my spot. I noticed how much colder the sea was compared to the rest of my trip in the East but the waves were forming beautifully just as I remember...Central beach is definitely the spot for some body boarding! For lunch ...
... something we have not done in a long while, so the next morning we took our time in the morning and strolled over to the waterfront area for a little looksee and a real cup of coffee. The looksee turned into some shopping where I got some really comfy pants and skirt and a much needed sweater, and over coffee we decided we would go next door for lunch. Old habits die hard and after lunch we turned it up a notch and decide to hike to the Heads, the point ...
... t know what to do with them lol. By that time, a guy had come to save me; ok, well not save me but to bring me back up to the platform. His name was Jacques, and I’ll never forget him! So, I did bungy jumped and didn’t die, and I’m so glad I did!
We traveled on that night into Knysna, where we stayed overnight, and had the best time at the backpackers we’d chosen. The owner made a braai for us, and he and his manager ...