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... there were little blankets to wrap around you if it got cold. After taking many photos our breakfast was served and OMG I have never tasted something so delicious!! Jack had the eggs and Kippers last time we were there in 2010 and was very disappointed to discover they were out of Kippers. Reluctantly he had the eggs Florentine, while I had the eggs benedict. YUM YUM YUM YUM YUM!!!
We drove back to Plett to pack our things and say goodbye to Steve and ...
It was a full moon and Steve had started a tradition of doing something crazy he had never done
before. A few hours after we got home there was a large commotion at the door
so Jack checked to see what it was all about & he found a naked and panting
Steve who had ran naked, in only his shoes all the way from the night clubs
... door to
door. I had forgotten how fabulous the roads are and fortunately they weren't too
busy and roadworks not too disruptive as being Saturday no-one was working on the roads. It drizzled on and off but not enough to be annoying but did mean the pretty part of the drive was not as spectacular as we had hoped. We are staying in a lovely B and B up on a hill with a lovely
... a slower morning, but in doing so took on the responsibility of shopping for our next braai. After 3 hours of buying groceries, meat and alcohol (unfortunately these things can’t be bought in the same shop over here), we slumped into the living room with enough food to feed a small army. The boys had another enjoyable evening making fire, beer in hand and we were treated once again to a delicious feast.
Being in this part of the world without going ...
... and plush couches. We watched a bit of World Cup before retiring for the evening.
It was such a nice place to stay, that it was hard to leave the next morning. Since our drive to Plettenberg Bay was going to be so short (only about 26 km), we had a leisurely morning and made plans to visit the Knysna Elephant Park which was on the way.
At the elephant park, we were transported out to where the elephants graze by day. The ellies are well-trained to the sound ...