Castleton - Lounge (1)
The lounge/dining room of the apartment at Castleton Holiday Apartments
Castleton - Kitchen
Castleton - Lounge (2)
The lounge/dining room from the dining end.
Neighbours - Left
The view to the left from the patio.
Neighbours - Right
The view to the right from the patio.
We stayed in the apartment on the ground floor.
The Lawns out Front
The Apartment Block
Castleton have two pools - and adult and a kiddies. Unfortunately, neither were heated, so we didn't venture in.
Castleton have loads of rabbits milling about and you are actually encouraged to feed them.
Loads of these guys milling about.
Lopped-Off Ear Bunny (1)
This chappy seems to have suffered an unfortunate accident.
Lopped-Off Ear Bunny (2)
Despite his odd looks, he's a plucky little guy. Kind of explains why he lost the ear.
Lopped-Off Ear Bunny (3)
He's so bold, he actually hopped right up to me. I'm guessing it wasn't my good looks - he was probably after food.
Guinea Fowl on the Wall
The View of Plett
Castleton is situated up on a hill over looking Plettenberg Bay. This view is of the town side and the bay.
Castelton looks over this valley on the other side.
Another View Over Plett
This is the other side of the hill over looking Plettenberg Bay. This is towards the harbour side.
I wonder what this guy does for a living.
Knysna Quays (1)
Bench for Husbands
We passed this bench in the Knysna Quays and I couldn't help but take a picture.
A bit of the local crafts on display at the Knysna Quays.
Knysna Quays (2)
The Heads (1)
These are The Heads at the mouth of the Knysna lagoon.
The Heads (2)
Hmmm, would you really want to advertise this as your profession or hobby?
The Right Head
The Left Head (1)
The Left Head (2)
We had to clamber across these rocks in order to get to the path that runs up to the edge of the left hand head.
The Left Head (3)
Check how clear the sea is.
The Left Head (4)
This is the view back from the left head over the Knysna Lagoon.
I thought this little lush green cove was worthy of capturing.
Well, when by the sea, you've got to take pictures of waves crashing over the rocks.
We'd only just walked round this cove. Thankfully there's a foot bridge and the sea smashes against the rock below.
When the Boat Comes In
Now how's that for an awesome shot. A sailboat returning to the lagoon.
Boat Flies Past
This little boat was actually crusing at quite a speed.
This is a fibre glass representation of what a Khoisan tribe would have looked like when the occupied the entrance to the Cango Caves.
The Organ (1)
If I remember correctly, they call this formation The Organ. It's caused by running water, as opposed to dripping water.
The Organ (2)
If I recall correctly, they call this God's Finger. It's a huge stalagmite.
The Organ (3)
Just a Pillar
I'm sure this has a proper name, but it's a pillar formed by a stalactite and stalagmite eventually joining.
This is a formation of several stalactites and stalagmites that have formed close together and eventually merged into one great big column.
These are also caused by flowing water.
Cave of Formations (1)