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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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What did I learn from the trip? Firstly if you do want to visit certain attractions you really need to make sure you know either what days they are open or on which days they are on - for instance the Lighthouse in Mossel Bay is only open Monday-Friday and the farmers market in George only takes place on Saturday.
Highlights of the trip? The point and cave at Mossel Bay and walking along the cliff side ...
... there with my father some years before he died. It is still the wonderful place I remembered - standing proudly at the end of the bay with the beach on one side and the surf and rocks on the other. Lunch was at The Fat Fish which is renowned for its delicious tapas. South African tapas is very popular and a lovely way to enjoy lunch without eating too much. 3 or 4 dishes to share, along with a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc for less than £20 for two -can’t be ...
Far from being a series of landscaped gardens as the name Garden Route might suggest, the stunning Western Cape coastline earns its name from the dense vegetation, sheltered lagoons and deserted beaches that contrast sharply to the country's arid interior. At the heart of this route, nestled in between the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean, is the town of Knysna.
Located alongside a large lagoon and surrounded by forests, it is a perfect base to ...
... was soooooo good, everything was organic, wholesome, healthy nosh. We also made a new friend here that requires a special mention, my new favourite ninja Angus Joseph! Everything Angus is about involves a mission, and we managed to execute a couple of good ones while staying on the farm! They were mischievous that's for certain, but I left feeling all the more richer for having bumped into this fellow, he's one in a ...
... to raise the dining bar. It was an evening when eating out is a proper occasion, an experience, rather than merely functional though I think they may have overdone it a bit. I'm not sure what divides very polite service from becoming overly attentive service but it must be a hairbreadth. I also have a compulsion to say thank you after anything is done for me, which meant I was saying it a lot ...