Travel Blogs from Knysna
... flushing toilet fitted for Lizzie's comfort. No more frequent pits stops! I can just see the satisfied smile on her face!
The final trip back from Vic Falls was via Francistown where we overnighted at Woodlands cottages (self catering), Botswana (Stockpoort border), Joburg (time with Kate &Warren), Graaff Reneit and then home. The easy scenic N9 route from Colesberg to Graaff Reneit is recommended! Nice easy ...
... staying at a friends house, Keith Delport.
Jun 1-6 - BBC camp in Mana Pools National Park.
Jun 6-9 - Lomagundi Lodge, Kariba.
Jun 9-10 - Ferry from Kariba town to Mlibizi.
Jun 10 - Mlibizi or somewhere in Hwange.
Jun 11-14 - Masuma Dam, Hwange National Park.
Jun 14-17 - Ngweshla, Hwange National Park.
Jun 17-23 - In Botswana ...
... sea. We ran from lagoon to sea across the beach and were the only people there with the rugged hills of the national park overlooking us.
In the evening, we went for a short walk and foraged for dry wood so we could have a fire over dinner. This was one of our favourite accommodations as it was simple within such a beautiful landscape.
... stick two straws into layered Kahlua and samba and set the sambuca alight. You have to drink it before the straw melts and as last dregs of sambuca are being drunk they pour in baileys and blue curacao at the same time. Urggggggh it was so so disgusting! They said it was an early birthday present - cheers!
The next day Shani picked me up and took me to the Apartied Museum, it was really interesting and huge so took us most of the day. It ...
... we stopped at an old Boer town called Graaf-Reinet. It was very quaint with old buildings, several of which were converted to museums. We took some brief tours at the museums before continuing south to our next destination, Knysna. Throughout the drive the scenery became greener and greener as we were leaving the Karoo and came into the Garden Route.
The lodge in Knysna was very pretty with views over the ocean. After a tasty dinner we made a group effort to ...