Aan de Oever Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It's not a great distance to Swellendam from Hermanus and unlike many other areas in the Western Cape there are a number of road choices. I think that this may be a result of needing paths to link various farming communities which eventually turned into nicely paved roads. We chose to make a rather circuitous route to take in the actual southern most tip of Africa at Cape Agulas where the Atlantic and the ...
When we arrived at Warmwaterberg, we spent the night in a 60’s style caravan - you have to see the photos! It was like travelling back in time, with the floral curtains and dated fittings! The seals in the windows were not quite as they used to be, however we put it down to natural ventilation. :)
We didn’t get into the hot baths until ...
So funny to see this little white-washed bar in the desert, in the middle of nowhere!
We read this about the history of the shop.
"Ronnie painted the name Ronnie's Shop on this cottage next to R62, planning to open a farm stall to sell fresh produce and fruit. His friends played a trick on him by changing the name to Ronnie's SEX Shop. Initially angry about the involuntary name ...
... and then a clicking noise from Kirsty. We
stopped to try to find out what was wrong and ended up with me
driving and Mike walking alongside trying to hear what was wrong. In
the end we phoned for a tow truck at midday. We ended up sitting by
the side of the road and at 10 pm we gave up and went to bed. ...
... appeared lifeless. Descending towards Robertson some vineyards reappeared, and we stopped for a break in the town. It follows the usual pre-apartheid town plan of a refined grid system of leafy avenues lined with gleaming white houses protected by security fences and armed response teams, and an extensive slum of little tin box houses on the outskirts where most of the black people sill live. The town was dominated by a huge industrial winery complex. We ate our sandwiches sitting ...