Aloe Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the second largest Government- owned railway in the world. It was during this time that the Hoys wanted to get away from Cape Town and they discovered Hermanus, where he could enjoy his favourite hobby- fishing. He became the most enthusiastic patron of the village and was enchanted by its natural charm. Local businessmen and residents alike were hopeful that the general manager of the railway would soon help them by building a branch line from Bot River to ...
11th November 2013 Friday morning, after posting the last blog, the fog lifted gradually & by lunchtime it was completely clear enough to go up on the cable car. Wow! What an amazing experience. The cable car revolves 360 degrees while ascending & descending; once up on the mountain 360 degree panoramic views right around the city & beyond. So breathtakingly beautiful. Left the city for Franschhoek around 3ish. Drove out ...
... through trips to the coast, bookstores, restaurants and views throughout the area. We had many good talks and discussions of various things, also being blown away by the strikingly similar taste we have in music with Alan. We look forward to seeing them again, especially as they have half our luggage (a very courteous gesture)!
Finally, we are off to Fynbos Wine Estate for our FIRST WWOOFING EXPERIENCE!!!
... this very real. We have come from different corners of the earth, backgrounds and beliefs, yet our needs and wants are fundamentally the same. Through this similarity, we have the ability to sympathise and empathise, feeling the joy and pain of others. When you understand this concept deeply you will understand when I say, these children have quickly gone from being children on the other side of the world we came to help, to being our ...
... so it was a surreal but lovely day. On the way home we stopped to watch the sun set in Onrus and clambered onto a huge rock – the perfect way to end the day, the sunset was lovely.
On the Sunday we went to Robben Island which is where Nelson Mandela was held for 18 years. The boat ride to the Island was about 45 minutes from the V&A waterfront in Cape Town and it was freezing. As we pulled onto the Island one of the new volunteers Ciaran – from Ireland ...