Villa Paradisa Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... After a couple hours of whale watching and wandering the nearby shops the Danes suggested we sit down for a glass of wine. Murphy's law as soon as we took our first sip the bus returned. We consumed our rouge liquid quite rapidly and were surprised to find that in three hours the windows had not been replaced but rather where covered with plastic and tape. Wondering what Wyatt and Franz were up to for such a ...
... had the place to themselves! They had crazy music on,were drinking, screaming and shouting and kept knocking on our door. We arranged to leave the next day! The Baz Bus didn't come until 4pm so we still had the whole day in Knysna and the weather had turned beautiful! We spent the day in Knysna town center sorting out memory card problems in a Kodak shop and had ...
... in the water.We had bult up quite an appetite by midday so we stopped at Pomodoro for a "light lunch" which could have fed 4 people.Another packed day meant we had to jump on Sparky again and head to Knysna for the afternoon and evening, which was a lot smaller than I had expected so it didn't take long to walk around the Waterfront, have an ice cream and watch the boats come in and out.
We got to ...
... are outside Cape Town, with corrugated roofs, wooden huts and clothes lines. Many have little access to clean water, although most have braais outside to cook the local boerwors which are tasty.
Plett is an upmarket town with pricey second homes.
Plenty of surf groups around, and the ones at my hostel had a particular attitude problem...seems many surfers suffer from over sized egos...don't know where they get that from as they do ...
... while you try to get to sleep, or around you like a smelly bubble, and always have holes in anyway!
On the drive to Stormsriver, I started to realise what people meant when they said the Garden Route was touristy because everything looked so new and upmarket. Stormsriver village was a strange place too, as it was more like two villages - one full of backpackers, small hotels, tourist cafes and white people's houses, plonked by the side of a more typical African ...