Die Ou Pastorie - De Hoop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and apparently will never have tourists descend into them.
From the caves we headed back on the road in the rain to head up over the Swartberg Pass. This pass was built with 240 convicts between 1883 and 1888 to cross from Oudtshoorn in the Klein Karoo and Prince Albert in the Great Karoo. It was cool and raining off and on but we thought that we might have better weather as we headed over the pass.What a spectacular drive. The ...
... at an ostrich farm and then checking into our B & B for the night. The ostrich farm was interesting and silly- they have ostrich-back races, which a few young women from Chicago partook of. Of course, we weren’t all that interested in eating ostriches or buying ostrich leather products, but it was neat to learn
about them. In a nutshell, they are ...
... next to a huge kitchen with a garden that surrounded the entire house. A beautiful setting and one that I will happily be spending the next 2 weeks :)
We arrived in the house at about 4:30 so it was a bit late to go to the ranch, so we just chilled in the house. But I was soon done with chilling and with my appetite coming back, the offer t go out for dinner with some of the girls was too gooda opportunity to miss, as well as getting to know some ...
... strip, the maritime climate of the Eastern Cape coast, and the semi-arid harsh climate of the interior, with much more extreme temperatures. So in Oudtshoorn anything can happen.
The main attraction at Oudtshoorn is the Cango Caves, which offers a good tour. Therese gamely took the claustrophobic tour, though they don't call it that. You have to slip through some narrow gaps. This was the one where a person who had had too many ...
... rope and tying them to the trees in their enclosure, and they loved it....jumping around and ripping the boxes apart. Was great to watch them have some fun. The rest of the afternoon was spent bonding with Kwazi and Luigi and last but not least our new BF Bambam :) Perfect Monday.
Day 2 - Today started with the fun task of cleaning lemur island and their night houses. The task itself wasnt too hard but the ...