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... to do - diving with sharks, bungee jumping, quad bikes to name but three. Additionally if you like to see wildlife or sea life then there are plenty of opportunities - it should be remembered that there is a season for whales which typically runs from May until December. The rest of the year you can sea seals, sharks and dolphins.
The Garden Route is a great place to visit and this first trip has given me an appetite to return later in 2015.
... new 4x4 mutilated by a pair of Toyota bush mechanics. Apologies Mac.
Our decision to make this trip with a custom fitted vehicle without a trailer is the subject of continued debate. The Emmanuel's luxury Conquerer trailer was the source of our envy and let it be known that this was where we were headed until strong advice to the contrary from Brian Flanagan and Mert Black. Mert writes a hell of a good story and ...
... of the peninsular where the views were spectacular. We learnt a lot about the local fauna. We walked down to the bottom where a wonderful buffet was awaiting us. Michael (dad) made friends with Ron an English Rastafarian who is a football coach and had been out talent spotting at the African ...
... ready. I was in really good shape by about 4:30 and had plenty of time to get ready for Chris and Jenny.
They were here right on time, 6:00. We had such a fun evening with them. They had so many great stories to share about Armin and Ann. It sounds like they are truly wonderful people, but then we already knew that. Armin has always been very generous.
We started the evening with tapenade and guacamole. And of course ...
... was still fun.
The next day the group went out to Tsitsikamma National Park, but with a very exciting stop: The world’s highest bungy bridge at 216 meters. After having so much fun in Queenstown in New Zealand we couldn’t pass on this opportunity. It used to be the highest bungy, but was recently overtaken by the Nevis Gorge bungy which is also in Queenstown. It still remains the highest bridge jump. Two of our friends on the tour, our guide and ...