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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.
... We ended our hike with a yummy warm lunch at the restaurant before saying our goodbyes and separating ways again. We made it to Knysna by dinner time and settled into our room for a bit before heading back out to get dinner, Knysna turned out to be the coolest little town. It is based on a lagoon and we could see an old train one that lead out across the lagoon to hill on the other side of the lagoon. We walked out into a pier which had ...
... great tag line - "Apartied is where it belongs, in a Museum." Sums it up pretty well I reckon.
Rosa took me to a great comedy show in the evening, local SA comedians, i reckon i got about 70% of the jokes, the rest were way above my white British head!
Flew to India the next day, sad to leave SA and definitely want to come back, it has a really addictive atmosphere and some of the friendliest people i have ever met. Bye bye SA, Hello India! ...
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I was so chilled I actually crawled back into bed with a throw and slept two hours. I almost felt half sick, but after the rest I felt a lot better.
We drove down the hill a very short distance tonight for some dinner at Enrico’s. We had grilled calamari, a whole grilled stump nose (fish), and a margarita pizza. Everything was very delicious. ...
... setting made it a truly relaxing experience. After another tasty dinner, we spent some time gazing up at the amazing sky, which was full of stars and gave a clear view of the Milky Way. Our guide showed us some of the southern hemisphere's star formations, including the Southern Cross (similar to the Big Dipper/ Ursa Major in the northern hemisphere). We also saw some shooting stars. We hadn’t seen such a night sky since Australia.
After leaving the ...