Impangele B and B & Self Catering Cottage
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Setting off again we
passed several old cottages which reminded me of Rabbie Burns
cottage. The difference here was that they were old fishermens
cottages. Driving on a bit further we then passed a few road signs
indicating beware of tortoise. Thats different. As we then drove on
we heard an ...
... 9.00pm, so we gave him a large tip. The night was now cold, lit by an almost full moon and the campsite was almost empty. However when we arrived at our camping area, we noticed another large problem - for me.
My foam mattress was covered in a thick layer of mist dew, which had also covered the grass and Dad’s tent. Of course the later two were waterproof. “Oh well” I thought, and rolled out my sleeping bag and tried to ...
... menu, and I ordered the wine with bread and olive oil set. We sniffed and swirled our glasses, decided which ones we liked and didn’t like and rated them like expert connoisseurs. However, we enjoyed the cheese and bread more than the wine itself. Everyone reading this blog are aware that Tom and I are not big wine drinkers so it was no surprise that after the tasting session I had the munchies, ...
I decided to take Route 62 to Cape Town and stay over at the "Warmwaterberg Spa" on a friend's recommendation. I have not slept in a caravan in 20 years. It is not expensive either and the spa water is around 40 Deg C. I stopped at Ronnie's Sex Shop just down the road. Really just a bar with a reputation, judging by the lingerie stapled to the ceiling. The scenery between Barrydale and Robertson is really pretty and a must ...
... to the interior.
The Drostdy was built by the Dutch East India Company in 1747 to serve as residence and official headquarters for the Landdrost. Soon after a gaol, a house for the secretary, a mill and various outbuildings were erected. We took a tour of the Drostdy and these pictures document this period of Dutch Cape ...