Die Ou Pastorie - De Hoop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... br> Following the 2 hour museum visit, we drove to an Ostrich Farm and had a really good tour. We saw how the eggs are incubated and even saw a new chick in the process of hatching. One of the people in our group was hugged and kissed by Betsie, a super friendly female ostrich. We were invited to feed some ostriches by hand and sit on the ostriches. A couple of young ladies actually got to ride the ostriches (a harrowing experience punctuated by loud ...
... he knew it was important to me.
We departed to the Cango Wildlife Ranch at 10.00. We arrived 10 minutes later when the ranch was getting quite full. We could see that the summer holidays period was still on. We had to queue for a while before we were able to buy our tickets. We paid ZAR 117 per person (instead of ZAR 130 per person) thanks to a small discount we got in our lodge.
Cango Wildlife Ranch was originally as a crocodile farm in 1977. It ...
... Jim has been aching to get a really good photo of a penguin. Betty’s Bay is the home of a large colony of African penguins so Jim was treated to many photo opportunities.
Our day ended by settling into a sweet little cottage in a seaside retreat with ocean and mountain views. Hermanus during peak season is packed with tourists but given it is autumn, we ended up having the cottage all to ourselves for the first night. Ahhhh…so ...
... care. Sitting on the back of this massive beast was exhilarating. And then he reached his trunk back to me, searching for some food. He was so gentle and his humbleness humbled me.
By the time we got back to Paradise, we were zonked. No socializing tonight. Find a posi in the lounge with electricity and start downloading pics. That was the evening. But you know, what a day! What a hell of a day! Shower and bed. ...
... in the rain. This pristine silver polo was now brown! They were fine about it though. Back at the hostel we got chatting to Rita and Chris, a Belgian couple who run a hostel in the Philippines called Nuts Huts! He is an English teacher and sounds like an English person, more so than us!! We have LOVED Oudtshoorn (pronounced out-swan) and are sad to leave but onto Knysna tomorrow :)
Peace out all of you at work!! Ha!