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WWOOF SA – Part 1 in Plettenberg Bay

Stumbling upon WWOOF [World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms] was a stroke of good fortune. It has been a long-time dream to travel to Ireland, and I was looking at ways to work my way around, as obviously I am not in a position to just go on an expensive holiday abroad. WWOOF is an international organization and has an office in most countries. How it works is that you sign up as a member in w...
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T’Niqua Stable Inn

Out where rugged coastline meets pristine fynbos forest, where the stars shine brighter and heaven meets earth, style and comfort abound at the hidden gem that is T’Niqua Stable Inn. Described by its guests as a ‘diamond in the rough’ this 4-star guesthouse is a nature lover’s haven offering horse riding or carriage trips to an exquisite viewpoint and hiking, cycling and bird-watching trails from ...
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Day 2 | Wild Spirits

As we had gone to sleep, so we woke up... to the sound of the ocean. We both had a wonderful and comfortable night's rest. Last night I wrote my name on the board for our breakfast order, the choice being omelettes or muesli and yoghurt. Breakfast was served at a table out on the lawn in the sun. A beautiful, sunny start to our day. For R35 I was very impressed with the breakfast, which Damian and...
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Naturesway Farm Stall, The Craggs

Tucked away on the Nature’s Valley Road at The Crags, heading out of Plettenberg Bay towards Stormsriver is a hidden gem – Naturesway Farm Stall. With a paddock of cows and calves welcoming you, you know you are in the country, and fresh farm milk is on sale in the store as well as cheese tasting of their own farm made cheese. Also in the shop are homemade frozen pies, a range of preserves, pestos...
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