Aan de Oever Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This morning saw us up early to pack up our belongings, have breakfast, and begin our trip eastward. Paul,our guide yesterday, had given us great instructions on how to get out of Cape Town. We got onto the N2 highway and went to Somerset West and off at Strand, driving to Gordon's Bay where we drove along the coast to Hermanus where we stopped for lunch. Hermanus is famous for whale watching as the Southern Right Whale comes to ...
... towards Robertson and into Montagu, beautiful old Cape Dutch Style houses, very well known area for dried fruits and wines. Stopped at a few padstaletjies, after making Norm do a few U-Turns to go back and see!!
Once through Montagu, we picked up the infamous Route 62, well known to all you bikers........
Headed into Barrydale, and pulled into the famous Diesel and Creme Diner, OMG what a place!!! You can not ...
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 ...
... morning before breakfast, and it took me a few minutes to get into the 40+ degree temperatures. We got chatting to a few of the other bathers and I challenged a kid to jump into the adjacent cold swimming pool which he did… and realised that it was only fair that I did it too. FREEZING!!! Jumping in a cold pool is hard enough as it is. However ...
... shade of a spreading ancient gum tree in a small park opposite a magnificent white church that looked too perfect to be real. More miles of emptiness until Ashton, a smaller version of Robertson, and then we drove through a mountain pass and descended onto Swellendam. Our B&B is called Marula Lodge, and it's on the main road a block away from where we stayed the first time we visited Swellendam 12 years ago. We were welcomed and shown around by a young black maid, and later met ...