The St. James of Knysna
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Expensive but worth it
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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 ...
... the lagoon.
We relaxed a bit at the pool then decided to try another restaurant on the same island right in the water. This sunset did not disappoint either, in fact, it was spectacular. We could not stop taking pictures because it kept getting better and ...
... my trip people will say that about me!
Arranged a hostel with a couple of people from the bus, funny little place called the Happy Hippo, in a huge refurbished warehouse. Sat in the bar at the top and got chatting to a group of South African Hells Angels, as you do. The real deal as well, one of them had a knife in a holder around his neck, was extra nice to him! They invited us for a ride around on their Harley's the next day..... ...
... on the way. She was invited for lunch as well. She was a very interesting lady. She and her husband have lived all over the world. He was in International Banking. He passed away a few years ago and she purchased a home here in this development.
Chris prepared a before-lunch drink of each person’s choosing. Jenny outdid her self for lunch. We started with a strawberry and ...
... the mass of clothes there including an array of Big Knit funky jumpers (I couldn't justify buying). After meeting the boys for our R25 lunch (£2) in a restaurant, I decided they also need to check out the 2nd hand shop, where birds just fly through. Sam Boy made the best purchase of the day (check out the photos). He now feels like one of the locals and Eddie says he no longer needs to go on a safari he can just look at the "new" t-shirt.