Day one of the tour kicked off at 7:45am after we loaded up the Lando, it is apparently not a bus!, and headed out of Cape Town. There was a buzz of chatter on the bus as everyone started to get to know each other and try to remember all 22 names. Our group had… Continue reading Goodbye South Africa, you were amazing!
My final stop on my solo South African adventure was Cape Town and this time round I was spending two days here, which would give me just enough time to scratch the surface of this beautiful city. I had already fallen for its charm so was excited to get out an explore some more. We… Continue reading Cape Town, I Love You!
My next stop along the Garden Route was the town of Wilderness, nestled in between hills, forest, a river and the beach. Just driving in I could see where it got its name, it’s a beautiful bit of the world. After checking in I headed out to discover the infamous caves with a girl from… Continue reading Wilderness
After another long drive on the bus from Cape Town I arrived in Storms River Village in the middle of the mountains and forest of Tsitiskamma National Park. It was already dark when we arrived (I still can’t get used to having summer weather but an early sunset, it gets dark about 6pm!) so I… Continue reading Jumping into Tsitsikamma National Park
After several long drives on the Baz Bus I decided I couldn’t face the 14 hour journey from Durban to Port Elizabeth and so decided to treat myself to a flight from Durban. It was too expensive to fly to PE and therefore I went straight onto Cape Town. Whilst I’d still have a fairly… Continue reading A surprise trip to Cape Town
The last few days have been pretty busy and this is the first chance I’ve had to post since last week so there is a fair bit to catch up on, most of which I probably can’t remember. After my day in Durban and my stay at the lovely B&B I finally met up with… Continue reading The Wedding ❤️
After another 10 hours drive on the Baz Bus I made it back to Durban and checked into one of the nicest hostels I’ve seen so far. It’s first floor of an old building (and thankfully the bus driver carried my bag upstairs!!!) with an open courtyard around which are the rooms, bar, kitchen and… Continue reading Durban.