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Sep 16, 2017 - Plettenberg Bay to Storms River

Packed and left our airbnb and went to a magnifique french bakery for breakfast. La Forneil Bakery in Plettenberg Bay. Very rustic and very french. Filled up with a big brekkie so we can skip lunch. Garry had eggs bacon, toast with homemade butter and i had the yummiest porridge of mixed grains, pecans, maple syrup and yoghurt, finished off with delicious chocacino and hot chocolate. Browsed a few shops then hit the road. Wet weather today so mostly driving. Went back a short way to Knysna as we didnt get to stop here yesterday as we were...

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Apr 7, 2015 - Storms River

Monday 6th April 2015 Storms River We had the included breakfast at the lodge this morning. The day was fine and cool (15C). We went to the supermarket for some more supplies and then had a lazy morning walking around the streets in this small village and having a beer towards lunch time. Lynn had a beer ‘tasting plate’ which was unusual – there were 4 small glasses of beer inserted into a wooden plate which was numbered 1-4, with a slip of paper containing the details of each beer. Then after lunch from our supplies in the lodge garden, we...

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Feb 27, 2011 - Tsitsikamma National Forest

Feb 26 The ocean (Indian Ocean, that is) sounds lovely in the morning. Found my first tick - but I outran it! We went to a restaurant in the campground for a full English breakfast then Charles and I went for a ride of approximately 60 kms to Storms River Village - a lovely place. We then took a big, round loop to a viewpoint over our campground area. From our viewpoint we could look down on the restaurant where we`d had breakfast. There was a full tide and it was pretty windy. Got back to our campground around 4pm then went and watched a...

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Oct 31, 2007 - South Africa - Storms River

Not wanting to leave J-Bay, we packed up the tent and then had one more stop at the gorgeous beach before heading to another fantastic beach town. Cape St Francis is a small and unpretentious town famous for the Seal Point and Bruce's Beauties surf breaks. As we drove through we couldn't help but love the place. With only a handful of houses, some with a 360 degree view of the sea, who couldn't love it here. After a walk by the beach we drove by the lighthouse built in 1888 before heading out. On the way to Humansdorp we took a drive around...

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Oct 1, 2007 - PE - Storms River

Morné left early for work but we saw Leah before she left. We then had breakfast and packed. Claudine and Elaine arrived about 9.45am and after showing them the house we set off towards Storms River. It's a beautiful area known as The Tsitsikamma. Neither mum or Claudine wanted to walk across the bridge as it's rather high above the gorge! The views however were stunning! After buying some postcards and souvenirs we set off towards Knysna. We stumbled across a lovely little craft village that had its own cafe as well. Old Nick's Village was...

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