Protea Hotel Knysna Quays
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... breakfast selection at the guest house in Knysna was also great.
What will I do differently next time? I will plan to stay in fewer locations - Mossel Bay and Knysna but stay longer in both. I will also spend more time researching what there is to see and do to make sure that I get the fullest benefit of seeing the most attractions. This also applies to visiting gardens and nature reserves.
if you are an adrenaline junkie then there is ...
... that trend. We found a cluster of non-touristy pubs in a square on the edge of town, and they turned out to be rugby bars. A couple of big games had taken place earlier that evening, and we got to witness the sloppy aftermath from some highly inebriated locals who almost certainly wondered what the heck we were doing there. It was entertaining, and we had a good time nursing our beer and observing the antics.
After a run the next morning, we ...
... used her all week.
We started our walk at 9:40 and didn't finish it until 1:15. It was a 5 and ¾ mile hike and very strenuous, especially once we made it around the point. It was a beautiful hike but exhausting for me. We saw several colonies of Cape Fur Seals and several different species of birds. And the flora was spectacular. The water was so amazingly clear and beautiful. I think these waters ...
... to the nature reserve. Here we got onto a unimog and were carried to the top of a steep hill. The views were stunning as we looked out over the Indian ocean and the waves crashing against the rocks. Those that wished to were 'allowed' to walk back down through the milkwood trees and lots of beautiful plants and flowers. On the way down there were a series of caves washed out by the power of the sea;pictures to follow.
... This is possibly the first time I have seen a waterfall (about 70 metres) fall straight into the sea. I hope it is not the last. I ran (where I could) back in 35 minutes. Again, the journey was far from simple! Late morning, we left Tsitsikamma and headed back to the Storm’s River gorge and to take in the views of the bridge and the gauge. Wow that bridge was high.
From here, we headed west towards the next gorge ...