- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some heavy and so were we. Miserable that is. Thought we might get another beach walk in but it started raining so we had a coffee instead. Wandered round Knysna town and checked out tonight's restaurant. Things were so bad that we came back to the apartment and had the remains of last night's pizza for lunch! Tomorrow we are on the road again back along the coast to Hermanus - whale watching country. Just not at this time of year! So over and out from Knysna ADO and LMA ...
... a wonderful time getting up close to these incredibly timid birds. My two favourites of the day were:
- the galah cockatoo, pink and grey with the friendliest personality, always nudging closer to us, trying to get us to scratch its neck; he even took a nibble out of our book
- Northern red bishop, a very small bird of black and almost neon scarlet orange; when it flies it puffs up like a fluffy, round teddy bear and ...
... remember sections of our wine tasting tour that we had forgotten due to drunkeness! The next day (31st August) after having an amazing steak dinner the night before in Stellenbosch, we hit the road again for a long driving day to get to Knysna. This is quite far along the coast, but we wanted to get most of the driving over and done with giving us the freedom to make our way back to Cape Town gradually. The drive to Knysna was beautiful. It's surprising ...
The world may never know. As in Knysna, pronounced nyze-na. The K is silent. It's not Knysna's fault, though. I blame God.
But first, some travel background. I am using a company called Baz Bus to travel from Cape Town to Johannesburg/Pretoria, about 1,400 miles. (South Africa is slightly less than twice the size of Texas.) It is designed for backpackers, with door-to-door, hop-on hop-off service, i.e. ...
... hake, calamari and mussels). Each dinner would have cost twice as much back home. We also ordered some oysters which are a Knysna specialty.
This day was so necessary. The relaxation and amazing food made for a good night’s sleep!
Sunday February 20 - Plettenberg Bay and the Bird Aviary
Our relaxing day yesterday may have been too relaxing because we slept in a little too long. We had to go out for ...