7 Church Street Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some traditional South African food, so I ordered a dish called Bobotie, it's like the British shepherd's pie, but the minced meat is curried - and the
topping is frothy custard instead of mashed potatoes. It has a Cape Malay
heritage. I was quite surprised how tasty it was and that the curried mince was seasoned with lemon which is quite frequently used in South Africa.
... and tried to organized a trip to the top of Table Mountain. However, the winds were too strong to operate the cable car.
In the early evening we were driven down the coast to Hout Bay for a traditional South African barbeque (braai) in a private home. I was not that impressed with the event, but I did enjoy the bus ...
Montagu was more of a quaint village and we stopped off at the dried fruit factory and drove around a bit. We had been advised to explore the adjacent towns of Robertson and Bonnievale. However, we found these a bit boring and there was nothing to see. It was the surrounding landscape and vineyards that were beautiful. As we were in wine country, we decided to do a wine tasting session. Tom ordered the wine ...
... to hold no life whatsoever. Another half hour or so we arrived at the Addo Elepant Park main rest camp. The reception was extremely busy - I think all the guests today had all arrived at once. We're in a "Forest Cabin" - it's quite adequate, a single roomed log hut with 4 single beds, bathroom and thank god a proper air conditioning unit, not just a fan. The temperature here is absolutely shocking after the two dull days we've had in Wilderness. We have to use a communal kitchen but ...
... play the recordings for future tour groups once the guides are no longer able to do the tours live.
The tour had much in common with other prison tours, including a chance to stand inside the cells, to see the guard towers and barbed wire and common spaces. But it was the personal stories that made this different. The guide spoke of the efforts to organize, to hold secret elections among the prisoners and to share food and meager smuggled resources. He ...