Tammy and Walter Wolff

Canberra - Australia

8 September 2009

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I met Tammy and Walter at Lemon Tree Lane the evening after they had done the Addo and Schotia Safari. We became aquainted, went to sleep and prepared ourselves for the next couple of days of touring together.

 

 

Walter all kitted out to do the Treetop Canopy tour at Stormstiver adventures

 

Tammny and Walter all prepared to fly through the trees.

 

FLYING THROUGH THE TREES WITH TAMMY AND WALTER WOlFF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoying lunch at Bramon winefarm in the Crags on the way to Plettenberg Bay

 

In Plettenberg Bay

Walter gains some height on his mom. JJ

 

We arrived at Overmeer Guesthouse where we overnighted for the next two nights


 

DAY 2

PLETTENBERG BAY PUZZLE PARK + KNYSNA + YACHT RIDE

 

Walter and Mowgli from Overmeer make friends

 

We travelled back to Plettenberg Bay to enjoy the puzzles at the Plett Puzzle Park

 

We fetched Louis Ferchter from Overmeer who joined Tammy and Walter on a yacht ride over the Kynsna Estuary as well as through the Knysna Heads

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Southern Right whale seen near the yacht

 

Yachting through the Knysna Heads

 

With a wire sculpture of Shaka Zulu on the Knysna Heads

 

Walter and Louis at the Heads

 

Playing rugby at Overmeer

 

Dinner with Dell and Sanchia at Firefly 

 


DAY 3

TRAVEL FROM KNYSNA TO HERMANUS

 

On this day we travelled via The Wilderness, Mossel Bay, Swellendam and Standford to Hermanus.  On arrival in Hermanus we went to various lookouts and saw many whales. Thereafter we checked into the Windsor Hotel. Walter settled on a pizza supper while Tammy and myself went for a great meal to the Mediteranneo Restaurant

 


 

DAY 4

HERMANUS, STELLENBOSCH AND CAPE TOWN

We spent some tme in Hermanus looking at whales before leaving via the False Bay coast to Stellenbosch

 

We enjoyed a great lunch at the Apprentice restaurant in Stellenbosch

 

After lunch we moved onto Kayamandi where we spent the afternoon visiting the community of the village

Enjoying the dancers at the Ikamva Lethu Centre

 

Having fun with the kids in Kayamandi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We left Kayamandi and travelled back to Cape Town where Tammy and Walter checked into Davids Guesthouse whereafter we very sadly had to part company.


This was a very special tour for me to do mainly because of the wonderful relationship that exists between Tammy and Walter. It is hard to describe the warm, caring friendship of this mother and son duo so let me just say it was a very, very special one. We all enjoyed much of the Garden Route and all along the way much fun was had by all. We had some wonderful experiences wherever we went and made good use of time to see as much as possible wherever we went. Overall this is definitely not going to be a tour that I will forget too easily mainly because of the wonderful people on board with me. FANTASTIC TOUR.

 

THANK YOU SO EVERY VERY MUCH
WALTER AND TAMMY

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