Grand Cafe and Rooms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... after quickly settling into our rooms we crossed the street to a local steakhouse restaurant chain called Spur. Maybe not the finest of dining establishments but we were quite famished. Dinner was an enjoyable affair the food tasting great to our hungry tummies. The conversation was riveting as we shared our celebrity crushes. Relaxed we headed back to our lodge to enjoy a quick Wifi session and then a comfortable ...
... 8217;s largest dome aviary, the group observed a vast array of mainly exotic birds based on the organisational philosophy of preserving birds from other locations that were at risk of harm. The group were impressed by the amazing display of colours and varieties of birds, housed in a gully which had been enclosed by netting. The water was filtered and entry was through a disinfected mat to avoid transfer of bacteria to the birds. ...
... time. Chopped up apples. Grab a handful and put it on the trunk. They seemed to like it. After this I started back on my walk to Tenikwa, about 3-4km. One of the women I'd met on the elephant walk was driving a little bit of the way there so stopped and offered a lift. This then left me a 1km walk, but it was past a township. Made it fine though. When I got to the main gate, there was a big sign. "WARNING - DANGEROUS ANIMALS - Do Not Enter On Foot" Great. So I ...
... made one and we sat around it nailing "Springbok" shots until midnight. They have "Booze Britain" on TV in Holland and this was the subject of much amusement! Also they taught us that if you ever want to get punched by a dutch fella then call him a Conker Mahol (phonetically spelt - phlegm needed on the "Hol") it means Cancer Retard! Ha! Leaving tomorrow and Baz bus is picking us up at 5pm.
The Next Day
So we wake up and it is hot. It ...
... where we saw hundreds of seals, more deserted beaches and gorgeous views. The Garden route was certainly living up to its hype.
Our final stop was a town called Wilderness which was a tiny hamlet of shops along the main road to Cape Town. The beach had pretty dramatic currents and the waves came crashing in from all directions, so a 5 minute paddle left you feeling pummeled. The hostel had a fantastic location ...