And so begins the second week of 2013… Today I have the second part of my Plettenberg Bay holiday photos for you, along with some more places to see and things to do in both Plettenberg Bay and Knysna.
- Old Nick’s Village – an arts and crafts village on the N2 with some beautiful old stone cottages converted into shops and a weaving museum. São Goncalo’s Kitchen and Bakery is also located here where you can enjoy some Portuguese food. I had one of the best Prego rolls ever at this restaurant!
- Keurbooms lagoon – it’s hard to explain the atmosphere at this lagoon but a word that comes to mind is serenity. It’s like a little piece of heaven with dogs frolicking (do dogs frolick? I’m not too sure…), kids playing in the pools and little boats stranded all over at low tide. Definitely recommended for a walk.
- Knysna Waterfront – perfect place for some shopping or enjoying a meal while watching the boats come and go.
- The Heads, Knysna – there are quite a few lookout points from where you can admire the Knysna Heads and it’s well worth it. You can admire them from below or drive up the Eastern Head for a beautiful sea view.
The Garden Route has so much to offer and I hope to spend some more time there next time!