Palms Wilderness Retreat
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
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... and of which I got about 19 mintues of sleep. We arrived on a camp with 800 other young people aged between 13 and 23 from all around southen Africa such as Botswanna, Jo'berg, Durban and Swaziland. The range of people and cultures was extreme but everyone got on very well and lots of new friends were made. Along side powerful worship and bible study there was lots of sport, normally this would ...
... well throughout my time in Africa and would argue that meals here tend to be on the larger size.
All of that food may have not been the best choice because the next day I SANDBOARDED THE DRAGON. And yes, I think the end of that sentence did warrant caps lock for added emphasis. The Dragon is the longest dune in South Africa at 332 meters and is renowned for its amazing sandboarding experiences, which I wanted, nay needed, to do as soon as ...
... to take us on the “Garden Route” back to Cape Town. We headed north from Shamwari (after returning for Graham’s crutch), went through Paterson, passed Addo Elephant Park, near the Zuurberg mountain range. The first elephants here used to raid the orange orchards and even to this day they have a liking for oranges. There were a lot of commercial orc**********g this road. Then to the city of ...
We walked to the start of a nature reserve where there were loads of different walks you could do. You had to pay an entry fee though. The walk there was free so we just walked back. Had a walk down to the beach but it was too cold to get the bucket and spade ...
... they were convinced and managed to produce some towels for us.
Left The Baths at 09h15 and headed back to Clanwilliam towards Lamberts Bay. Had brunch at a restaurant on the harbour and browsed amongst the curio shops on the harbour. Walked on the Gannett Bird Colony which is at the harbour. (R30 entrance), but really worth the visit. The stench from the guana was overpowering so it was a huge relief to climb back on the bikes ...