The Plettenberg Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Plettenberg Hotel Plettenberg Bay
This hotel is wonderfully perched overlooking the sea and has very nice accommodations.
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We had booked a trip to go to a wildlife awareness centre and do a cheetah walk at around 3 and this meant we had a full morning free. We decided to use this time to find a shopping centre we had seen online and try to buy some warm clothes for the windy weather. The shopping centre was about 20 minutes away down a steep hill. On the way down we began noticing a lot of the high street shops were closed due to it being a Sunday and hoped we wouldn't be ...
... point. He was the first one up, so it didn't take long to see his two arms waving at me from the distance. I had a few issues with working the camera, but managed to sort it just in the nick of time. He jumped! No hesitation. All caught on film (thank god!). Matt came back absolutely buzzing! Of course my video footage wasn't good enough, all that stress and he purchased the companies footage anyway! We had already filled our day with plenty, but we still had to drive ...
... grow on me.* We then got dropped off at the volunteer home which is really close to Monkeyland. To describe it as a house is extremely generous and it is much more similar to a caravan/trailer sort of thing which they’ve randomly decided to paint in the brightest colours imaginable, for example my room is bright orange with deep red curtains and yellow doors. Why they did this, I have no idea but it’s sort of nice when you get over the ...
... were really nasty. We all stayed to clean him up but he didn’t make it through the night. That was a bad day.
Wednesday 4th April
The next morning we were greeted first thing by 2 of the keepers carrying a little blanket ever so carefully into the hospital. Inside were 2 tiny African wild cat kittens, probably only a couple of days old. The males in the group had been throwing them around and mum wasn’t stopping them ...
It's the end of February 2011, and our Camino adventure is getting closer and closer by the day. My daughter Amy, will be 9 years old and we will be experiencing this wonderful journey together. As our departure day on 30 April gets closer, so does the amount of butterflies accumulate in my tummy.
I have been doing so ...