Aloe Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... a small breakfast there and got a safety briefing. Seems Great Whites are sadly misunderstood because of Jaws, the movie. A lot of people started killing them after the movie came out.
They come to these shores of South Africa for feeding this time of year. There are LOTS of seals on nearby islands. Since they banned seal hunting and clubbing a couple decades ago, there may almost be ...
... of them being promised homes by the government. Picking up our little white Ford Figo was very straight forward; payment was made, we were given the keys and then got comfy making her our own. Our luggage only just fit in the boot - Jane told us not to have anything showing on our back seats, and hand bag hidden behind your legs. Cape Town International Airport was where our garden route trip began. From ...
... light entry to the tree they have to be cut away to create 'windows' in the tree. This job requires training and good judgement which is difficult for farms in South Africa due to their largely poorly educated and undertrained labourers. This is a major problem that they face with their workforce. At the right time of year buds must also be pruned to limit the amount of fruit each branch will carry. If a branch is asked to carry too much it could break due to the ...
... to say the least. We first went to Fairview where it was only R25 (~4$) to taste 7 wines and 6 different types of cheese. To me, most of the wines tasted the same when comparing the reds together and the whites together. I learned that I am most defiantly a white wine kind of girl, but unfortunately there are more reds than whites. After strolling around Fairview and looking at the beautiful scenery – and taking millions of pictures – we then headed to our second ...
It was a very scenic drive, (which to be honest was the more interesting part of the trip). When we got there, it was quite windy, which was ok, it has given a bit of atmosphere to the area. We walked to the split where the two oceans meet, had a look around and left.
All in all if one has anything better to do, then do it. Personally I would have not missed a lot by not visiting Cape AGHULAS. But that’s ...