Three Cities Plettenberg Park Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... for some lunch at the local farm shop. This place was amazing, the food was great and they sold so much nice local produce including cheeses, bread, meat, sweets and drinks. Yum. After feeling well fed we did one of the hostels walking routes situated on their grounds. It was only a 45 minute stroll down the valley to a waterfall and back up the steep valley.
The next morning we woke up to beautiful weather, with this we decided to do some kayaking along ...
... I just pushed myself as far as I could and uuffffffffff! What an adrenalin punch.
My mind went blank for a few seconds, I just didn’t think about anything at all. When I actually reached the bottom of the jump I came back and I got quite scared, the rope was bouncing a lot and when I looked down it was just too high, fortunately a guy came to rescue me and in a few seconds I was up again. I MADE IT!
Now we had to ...
... every 30 seconds. After work we went to natures valley to chill out in the lagoon and drink some beer. It was beautiful and lovely and also the start of every scary movie ever made so I'm very happy we made it out alive.**
We've also got a new flatmate. Not sure if I mentioned the last one? German girl called Chantal? Well basically she moved in, we popped out for a few hours and by the time we returned she'd moved out again. ...
... br> John and his wife Margaret. We pulled up and a white fluffy cute dog came out
to meet us, her name was Molly. In the morning after tea and rusks we drove to
our next destination, Plettenberg Bay. On the way we stopped for lunch on an
African farm owned by Dads friend Ria and her husband Freddy. Dad met Ria when
he as 18 in Israel. They both worked on a kibbutz. She told us funny stories
about Dad. After a lovely lunch we were back on ...
... outfitted, then came the long walk to the bridge. We went through some woods and arrived at the entrance where we were informed the bridge was in the Guiness Book of Records.. SAAWEETT! We all formed a single file line and began the most terrifying part of the experience, the walk on the caged in area to the jump spot. It was terrifying, with every step I took I could feel the grate move under my feet and the grating on the side was secured ...