Pine Lodge Resort George
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from George
... for the past several years. And in support of Vivian, so she wouldn't feel left out, neither one of use took the 216 meter leap from under Bloukrans bridge. We did, however, watch a few other lucky souls before we returned to Plettenbergbaai where we enjoyed some hake and chips, and looked out over the ocean watching the waves roll in. ...
... was an absolute nightmare. The pedals wrecked your shins as the pedals were almost up at my knees. Was giving myself black eyes with my knees when i was changing gears the clutch was that high!! John said he would treat us to a steak egg and chips from a place in Wilderness called Joplins. Claire drove his Audi there with us all in it, johns a brave man letting her lose on that thing! The steak at joplins was amazing. Couldnt believe how cheap it was ...
Today we woke up early as we had half a day in Plettenberg and would be being picked up at 1 to move on to a place called wilderness.
We decided we would go to a little spur of land on the map of the bay called Robberg island. This was a nature reserve about 10 minutes taxi drive from the hostel. After being dropped at the entrance and paying the fee we were given a map and the little spur turned out to be quite large in reality with the longest walk ...
... all wearing turquoise T-shirts with their names on them. They'd all been up to the waterfall and back already by 10.30am, and made us feel quite inadequate. It was a great path through dense mature forest with huge canyon walls towering above, creepers hanging down festooned with tufts of lichen. There were a lot of gigantic non-native eucalypt trees which, at some time in the past, park staff had killed by ring-barking them, so the leafless and limbless trunks soared into ...
... and scaled the cliffs instead as climbing is more my forte.
We got across safely after 30 minutes of contemplating how to approach the river. Safe. One piece. And hardly any wet items!
It was day 5, and still we hadn't seen an otter. I was starting to think that the name of the trail was a misnomer. When we came into the clearing and the end of the trail we had a view of Nature's Valley and the 7km of uninhabited white sand beach. ...