One would think that if you’re visiting the Surf capital, you’ll be spending your time at the sea or doing some water activities. Unexpectedly; we ate our way through Jeffrey’s Bay and it was the best decision yet.
What excited us most about visiting Storms River, a little village set in the heart of the forests and in the foothills of the majestic Tsitsikamma mountain, other than our adventure at the Garden Route National Park, was the prospect of staying at Tsitsikamma Village Inn.
Nothing comprehends the sheer beauty of mountain landscapes and crystal clear water in the midst of nature’s most popular tourist attraction; Tsitsikamma – a place you have to experience once in your life.
Continuing from my previous post on my Durban trip, here is more updates on what Courtney and I done during our stay. It’s been three weeks since we came back from our adventure yet, I can’t believe that that’s how long ago we travelled to another province to explore what more our country had to offer. I know it was still city life but this experience made me realise that I have an entire country yet to uncover.
Courtney has never been on any sort of aircraft in his 24 years of existence so I decided that we should go on holiday to Durban. I think Courtney at that stage thought I was completely nuts. We started saving for about two months after our initial discussion until I just swiped my card and booked our tickets without an ounce of thought about where we would even stay! It’s been two weeks since our trip so I wanted to share some of the amazing activities we did and food we ate during our stay.