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... I was a bit of a pussy again and went for a shorter one. I'm slowly coming to terms with the fact that I'm not a great rock jumper! Although in my defence it's never the height that's the issue its the rock clearing that scares me! Jack was also offered to do the very highest jump which not many people can do, he did it and bossed it. I'm glad he didn't get hurt obviously, that's a given, but I'm feeling uncomfortable that he's much better than i am. ...
... unfortunately it would appear that South Africa doesn't sell any jumpers except for very expensive surf branded ones so this didn't go so well. Feeling like we had bought enough for us to survive the freezing climate for the time being we headed back up the hill and grabbed some lunch from our little restaurant the table. We returned to the apartment after checking that the hairdressers was still shut and had a small amount of time to relax before our pick ...
... I found out the next day it was more like 18-20km round trip. Took the whole day in the end, very hot but a pretty nice (there's that word again) walk.
On the next day I took a quick tour round the local township with a guy who worked in the hostel. I'd been a little unsure about this kind of tour, in the worst case it seemed a bit rude to go wandering round a poor district and intrude in people's lives, however in this case ...
... we end up at a college rugby sevens tournament with lots of music & cheerleading. First time on this trip we've really bumped into something local (& rain).
So we rather damply drive on to Storms River - I start on the old scenic road but it comes to a grinding halt & its back to the 'motorway'.
Did I tell anyone Crystal Palace are now top of the league and our S African player is an easy topic of conversation?
... t know what to do with them lol. By that time, a guy had come to save me; ok, well not save me but to bring me back up to the platform. His name was Jacques, and I’ll never forget him! So, I did bungy jumped and didn’t die, and I’m so glad I did!
We traveled on that night into Knysna, where we stayed overnight, and had the best time at the backpackers we’d chosen. The owner made a braai for us, and he and his manager ...