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Family Holiday South Africa
During the kids' school holiday in July we stayed two nights at the Brenton On Sea Cottages. It was difficult to find self-catering accommodation for a family of six that was also affordable. Hubby found this place on the internet. Since it's winter this time of the year in South Africa, we payed winter rates. I think we would have missed this stunning beach on our trip through the Garden Route if it hadn't been for our booking.
Our cottage was really close to the beach. We had a view of the water from our windows. There were three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a small kitchen and living room. Every morning our cottage was serviced. You can see from the photos on my last post, The Beach at Brenton-on-Sea, and today's photos how special our time was.
|A friendly resident cat|
and our cottage
|The pool and more cottages -|
these cottages are duplexes
|Knysna at Night|
On our last morning at Brenton-on-Sea we spotted a doe with her fawn. A buck soon appeared on the scene, but the doe seemed threatened by his presence. The fawn moved away from its mother to get at a safe distance from the buck. We got out of the way, as we did not want to get between the fawn and its mother.
|A fawn and its mother|
|The doe has spotted a buck|
and is on alert
|The unwanted visitor|
|The fawn decides to move further away|
from the unwanted visitor
|Amanda excitedly stands still as|
the fawn crosses the road
|The fawn standing alone|
|The fawn with a view of|
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All original photographs by Tina Morley
unless stated otherwise. 1camera1mom is
mostly in English mit ein bisschen Deutsch.
Our Acrobranch Family Adventure
Redberry Farm Family Fun
Beside Still Waters
Bird Watching in Wilderness
Milkwood Village and Family Picnic
At the Beach in Wilderness
The Beach at Brenton-on-Sea