Keurbooms River Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Hi everyone! So, I have had a crazy week in Jo'berg. It ranges from sleeping on the floor of a minibus (which felt like my face was rubbing the road whilst being shaken so hard I felt like limbs might just fall off) to jumping off a bridge whilst attached to a rope with some dodgy looking guy "holding" the other end. It seems as if the predictions for the journey were fairly accurate as the trip took ...
... trousers around his ankles for reasons neither I or he knows.
Still having a fairly great time and have officially reached the other side of my homesick period. I am ill a lot, tired a lot, sunburnt all the time and drunk every other night. But I fully appreciate every day that I'm currently living one of the greatest experiences I'm ever going to have so I'm gonna quit my jibba jabbering and let you return to your lives.
*for anyone that doesn't know - Harry is my dog
... wonderful the gated communities were – because we would be so safe. Lots of townships around the area, everyone been friendly. We like it when we have a place for a whole week – no wi-fi though, always makes planning a bit harder and keeping in touch with Tom and Jack. James voted Plett his best town in Africa – we have 'Country Tops’ – all vote for favourite town, activity, restaurant, food etc. Cor we are ...
Woke up feeling much better. Not 100% but much better. I had some more Rooibos tea as I am sure this is what cured me when I was in Namibia. I had considered going today to Tenikwa, another wild cat sanctuary. But when I saw that the price of the taxi was twice the price to get in, I decided to take a day off.
Katerina and I walked down to the beach. It is way down hill and the walk back up is killer. It's a small beach with just ...
On our way to Cape Town for our spring break, we stopped at Tsitsikamma National Park along the Garden Route. A group of us went hiking along the coast, climbing over large bolders and standing on cliffs overlooking the ocean. We stopped at a waterfall too which was ...