Blue Gum Country Estate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... or enter via the front door. And with only one set of keys, and the necessity of having keys to get out as well as in, we either all leave together or someone is trapped in the apartment til the others return. It's a small inconvenience for us -- we're only here two nights -- but the need for constant vigilance even in what seems like a peaceful seaside village makes us sad -- there's no better word -- for a country that has so much to ...
... in Knysna. They looked just like New Mexico Big Jim red chiles. So Aaron got the grill going and roasted them up. They were terrific, no heat, but that wonderful chili flavor we've been craving. Aaron grilled Ostrich fillets, and we topped them with the red chili and a generous scoop of fresh made guacamole. Avocados are abundant here, but oddly limes are not. We had the good fortune to find the red chili, jalapenos, and limes all at the same Knysna grocery store. And ...
... I had some lovely food in Hermanus but my favourite was at an Italian restaurant called Fabio's. The food was not only delicious but also huge, even to the point where they boxed up our leftovers to take away with us. Each portion would easily fill two people up.
It was finally time to give up the cool breezes of Hermanus and head back to the sweltering heat of Wellington where harvest has ...
Nothing sends me so speedily through the highs and lows of optimism and pessimism about human nature more than hitch-hiking. With every car that passes without stopping my heart sinks a little further, my bag feels a little heavier, and the roadside dust a little chokier. But whenever a car stops! Then! Then I'm sent gloriously back to the clouds of contentment - my body suffused with the warm glow of oneness with the universe and the ...
Ok that title kinda makes it sound like I was eaten by a shark. Rest assured I was not eaten or bitten or I wouldn't be writing this post - obviously! The day started at 3am - to get ready for my really early pick up ride to Gansbaai. After the long ride we arrived at 6am and were ready to get on the boat by 6:30am. We went down climbed on our boat "The Barracuda" and backed into the water. One of the propellers failed. So we got of the boat and went back inside. They took us on ...