Harold uncovered Angie`s G-Spot in a most unusual way. On a motorbike ride from their home in Plettenberg Bay along the predominantly gravel road towards Uniondale, they decided on the spur of the moment to pull off the Prince Alfreds Pass at De Vlugt to have a braai next to the river.
After swimming, eating and soaking up the country sunshine, they headed back to Plettenberg Bay with a treasure-chest full of memories. The experience they`d shared that day, where Angie repeatedly said what a great spot this was, she finally proclaimed to Harold that she had at last found her "G-Spot". This convinced them that one day they should have a property along the river.
If only they could find a spot like the one they`d discovered. Some time later, Harold took his motor bike for a service to the KTM dealer; there he met another biker whose friend had a property for sale along the river. To cut a long story short, Harold and Angie phoned that person, met with him in George and drove to view the property.
Travelling on the N9 and a dirt road for about one and a half hours, they arrived amazed and excited at the same spot they had a braai that memorable day. Having no services on the property like electricity and water suited their needs and it was not long before they agreed on a price. The very next day they moved in, Harold took a piece of wood and wrote with a Koki pen the “ANGIES G SPOT” sign.
The rest they say is history.