Tsitsikamma Village Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This place was completely unexpected in the area we are in. A quaint little colonial type accommodation. Awesome stuff!
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Waking up Rach and I were given the low-down of the happenings last night as we retreated to bed rather early, after dinner. Karaoke, beer pong, pool, and lots of drinking. We heard stories of people volunteering other people to sing songs unbeknownst to them such as Jason and Skip singing 'My heart will go on' and Abbey, Liz and Lani rapping Jay-Z …
Zuerst gab es um 09.00 Uhr einen sehr guten Zmorge mit Müsli with Fruits und Chäs sowie Eggs with Bacon, Mushrooms and Tomato. Nachdem sich das Tor der Lodge endlich geöffnet hatte, ging es nach Humansdorp wo wir die Maschinen volltankten. Heute hatten wir von Anfang an die Regenkombis an, denn es regnete leicht und der Himmel zeigte …
... with the ocean. The first part of the activity was kayaking. We jumped in our two seat kayak and headed through the beautiful gorge. We navigated our way through the coves, enjoying the scenery and some interesting info from the guide. We then reached a lower part of the river where the water was passing through rocks. It was here that we ditched our kayaks and got introduced to our Lilo's. They were much sturdier than the beach lilo. I was envisaging the ...
... before picking up our bikes. The trail we would be doing was through a nature reserve and was a 22km round trip. It started pretty badly with my (Jack) chain breaking before we even got into the park luckily we had only been going 5 minutes and I rode Vikki's back and they brought another down. We headed off again slightly more wary. The beginning of the trail started down hill with has flying along at such a pace that we both ended up having extremely itchy wind burn ...
... a winding dirt road. Altitude was rising rapidly, many hairpin bends with space for only one car but cool TK next to me glanced out the window admiring for the first time, the sheer rock cliffs covered in Pine forests, and fynbos and breath-taking gorges. Let me tell you, jokes aside, just one slip of the hand on the wheel on this treacherous pass and you would disappear down to the bottom of the ravine without a soul knowing it. Terry ...