Villa Afrikana Guest Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Afrikana Guest Suites Knysna
Travel Blogs from Knysna
... was overwhelming. We hardly saw another car and there was little else other than the occasional farm and a few herds of cattle and sheep for mile after mile until eventually, we came across the lovely little village of Greyton.
It is like a little wild-west town with a smattering of quaint old-fashioned shops, bars and restaurants. Wild horses amble across the road, weaving through the sparse traffic. In fact, in recent years Greyton ...
... his friend Garth's beautiful boat downstream. Even though it was me and the men they let me captain the boat and I got to drive the beautiful ship wheel back :). I also took on the job as bar lady making sure no one was thirsty! The sea was about 19degrees when we stopped for lunch and had a steak braai on the boat! The steaks were done about medium/rare but I impressed myself and found it delicious haha. The sea was too cold for the others so I was the only one who went for a ...
... like home from home. The next morning,we left the hostel early and drove to Plattenberg Bay which is further east along the coast. The Bay there is lovely. We didn't stay long in Plattenberg Bay because we wanted to press on another 30 mins east to Bloukrans Bridge. Bloukrans Bridge (over Storm River) connects the Western and Eastern Capes and is also the highest bridge bungee in the world at 216m. We stopped to watch people jump which was very ...
... crunch), barely tolerable pizza, decent-but-one-would-think-better-given -the-location sushi, and watched Louis Oosthuizen excite about 8 people left at the pub through the playoff, which ended at about 2:00 a.m. here, with his almost win at the Masters.
Monday morning I left Knysna for the rest of the Garden Route to Port Elizabeth (weather fine, it was business as usual, in Police Room 619).
It was a blustery night and it felt like the Oak tree was whipping acorns onto the roof all night, sometimes three at a time. We woke to a windy morning as well and a movie crew setting up for a t.v. commercial on the grounds of the Muratie wine farm where we were staying (incidentally the commercial was for an insurance company in Scotland). Mandip was hoping to make it into the commercial with a cup of tea but ...