Day 9: Kynsna to Hermanus – The Garden Route

Today I spent the day with Freddie J. I woke up to a buffet lots of food including cereal, yogurt and a fried breakfast. I was then told to wait outside as someone had called the bus driver’s room in the night. It turned out to be Henry K trying to call home as he was feeling home sick. I gave him a cuddle but this did not prevent him from receiving the ‘wally’ shirt for the day.

I then walked around the market at the bay in Knynsa where we saw a port filled with big yachts and had the opportunity to buy some souvenirs.

I then got on the coach where we stopped off a admired views at Dolphin Point, the teachers began to have a photoshoot while puffing their chests out. Everyone was astonished by the golden beaches and the waves crashing against the rocks.

We continued our travels through the amazing Garden Route towards Cape Town. Mr Freds clearly couldn’t handle the long travel and came up with a song about the boys to the tune of Wonderwall and proceeded to sing it to the coach. It did not go down well. We stopped off at an Aloe Shop where we saw the world’s largest aloe vera plant.

After 5 hours of travelling through jaw-dropping valleys and mountains, we made it to the Windsor Hotel in Hermanus. It was located on the coastline, the boys were giving free time to roam around the seaside town and eat a various restaurants.

The boys had a curfew of 10pm as we had to be up at 5am to leave for our shark-diving excursion in Gansbaai.


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