De Oude Meul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... saw right on the main road - our Hungarian friend, Peter! We stopped, said 'Hi' and talked about what each of us had done for the past 3 days. What a co-incidence.
On we went and then made a turn towards the city of George. We headed north on N9/12 national road through the mountains to the other side through the Outeniqua Pass.
This 800m pass ranks as one of the world's most scenic road passes. Every time we went over a ...
... the caves which are definitely worth seeing. After visiting the caves we began the descent down the mountain on our bikes. The ride was beautiful and this time we had water instead of wine, sadly. We stopped at an Ostrich farm where we ate some more Ostrich kebab salads, then on to ride an Ostrich! I had previously seen that you could ride an Ostrich in South Africa and had told myself that it was cruel and that l was better than that. However, after having eaten two ...
... do it because itīs quite a lot of money for something he wonīt appreciate so much. Nevertheless, I convinced him to do it. I just thought this was a unique opportunity to pet tiger cubs.
Before we entered their home we had to wash our hands and clean our shoes properly since we could transmit on them some diseases. It was us and one more South African couple going inside. According to their keepers such small cubs play for one hour and then sleep for one hour. ...
... I had expected of Africa. We were travelling over mountain ranges that were extremely rugged and then we came to valleys where apples and pears were growing. We went through Uniondale, De Rust, Klaarstroom and the Kareedouwberg Pass. We were now on the Little Karoo and the landscape was quite different – flatter, drier and very few trees but many small shrubs and ground cover. The wild flowers are everywhere with magnificent, bright colours adorning ...
... eggs and see different varieties of ostriches, including white ones. South Africans seems to be obsessed with white variants of all animals. White lions, tigers, ostriches, etc. Then Tabisa gets to sit on a white ostrich. The ostrich is blindfolded to keep it dosile. My weight doesn't seem to be a problem so I get to climb on an ostrich too. To ride them you first sign a paper that you ...