Die Ou Pastorie - De Hoop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... instead of the newer Huguenot Tunnel on N1. Just beautiful! The Tunnel shortened the trip by 7 miles and is supposed to still offer scenic views.
As we headed to the Breede River Valley and Worcester, there were still lots of vines, apparently for table grapes and one quarter of South Africa's wine. Again Worcester was less touristy than Franschoek. Just outside Worcester (68 miles east of Cape ...
... put into action. I worked for 4 hours on the sheet that evening and Laura did the quizzes for the other side of the sheet. However, we showed it to the marketing person Tammy and she pretty much put a halt on the whole idea so that was that; they’ve got the files so can do what they want with the idea if they choose to!
The second project we were given I named “Licking Duikers”. A duiker is a miniature type of antelope that ...
Route 62 is a "Scenic Route". More than a pleasant 5 mile detour from a provincial A-road to pass through a chintzy village, this is a 200 km traverse of The Little Karoo. With big skies and big spaces, geological drama abounds. There's been lots of squashing and squeezing here. Some time before my mother was young, what we call Antarctica piled into SA - buckling and folding the sediments which also make-up ...
... before asking a walk around town. Unfortunately most of the shops were closed by 1pm so we headed back to the house stopping at a pub for a drink along the way. The sun was out in all its glory today and was the hottest day since arriving around 37 degrees. We spent the rest of the afternoon chilling at the house, a few drink with the girls and relaxing before our trip to mossel bay with Garrett and Craig tomorrow :)
... Post Box, and there’s nothing more worrying than lying on your back with an entire mountain just sitting an inch from your nose.
From the caves the road wound its way down the mountain streams until we reached a hotel with a bar and a swimming pool. I was filthy and sweaty and it was easily 35oC so I plunged in without a second thought. Unfortunately there was still another 15km to go to get back to town ...