We quickly realised why Mossel Bay is such a popular summer holiday destination. The weather was awesome.
Early on Saturday morning the guys spent some time in the jacuzzi before breakfast.
They are our best friends and have always been loving and supportive.
My darling and I.
We are so much more than just friends. She counsels at the Mission and most of the people believe that we are real life sisters.
Capturing moments walking along the beach.
These two are so similar that sometimes it is scary. They both love to tease and had us in stitches regularly over the weekend.
Mossel Bay is really very beautiful. These pools are at the Point.
The lighthouse with the Cape St Blaize cave that dates back to Middle stone age.
A real Afrikaans advert ;-P
Yup...K made us walk all the way up past the cave to the lighthouse.
From the cave you get a beautiful view of the point and the pools that seem to be very popular.
German tourists asked us to take a photo of them...so we asked them to take on of us.
Then we moved on to Kaai 4. What an amazing restaurant. The floor is sea sand and it is so informal that most people just arrive barefoot from the beach.
"Roosterkoek"...flat bread roasted over hot coals form the basis of nearly all their meals.
Yummy lamb "potjie"...my choice of the day...note the enamel plates :-)
We ended spending most of the afternoon here.
The Sunday afternoon we had coffee and cake at Delfino's before driving back to Port Elizabeth.
Needless to say...this little man was very happy to see us and told us that he was sleeping in our suitcase. Probably scared that we would leave him behind again.
When last have you done something without planning it?