Cape Hermitage Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... them frolic in e water with each other. From there we travelled to an area where one of the largest colonies of African penguin resides. These guys, much like the little penguins of Fraser Island come up from the beach and huddle in holes or burrows. It was here that the rain started, and it set in for the day. By the time we got to Cape Point, the rain had become a constant downpour. ...
... garden in the world to be devoted to a country's indigenous flora. More than just a garden, Kirstenbosch is part of a nature reserve. The 36 hectare garden is part of a 528 hectare estate that contains protected mountainside supporting natural forest and fynbos along with a variety of animals and birds. The Kirstenbosch Estate borders the Table Mountain National Park, and the Garden merges seamlessly with the natural fynbos and forest of the ...
... cable car 'cheating' ;-)
That evening, rather than resting, like most people would, we decided to go on a art gallery walk organised by the hostel. Once a month art galleries will pop up across the town to show off their art work. Not being that into art it was the possibility of free wine that sold it for us. In fact the evening was great, we walked around 3 galleries and had a total of 1 beer and 1 Drambui free :-) We ended the night in an Ethiopian ...
... after what I'd been living with for a month felt like 10 star, we were then over to the neighbour's to meet Pam, Malcolm and their son Derek to watch the rest of the rugby and to give Brennan a had time for not picking me up! This family gave me the first taster of how friendly and welcoming the people here are.
The next morning we took a walk to the beach for breakfast at our local 'News Cafe' and then took a drive along the coast as Pam and Malcolm recommended the ...
... and performers etc. what a great place. I spent a few hours here before heading back to the hostel. I quickly freshened up and then popped out for dinner. I found a great burger place called Hudsons on Somerset and had an Ostrich hand burge. How very la di dah. Which, as it happened, was the name of the burger. I've always hated ostriches and felt no different when I saw them at Kwantu. Eating them was ...