Lady Loch Guesthouse

Address: Lady Loch Road , Wellington, Western Cape, 7655, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on Lady Loch Road , Wellington, is near Groot Drakenstein Prison (Victor Verster Prison), Bovlei, and Cape Wine Cellars.
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      Table Mountain and partying in Wellington

      A travel blog entry by benn0r on May 12, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      The Wednesday of this week was yet ANOTHER public holiday, as the government gives the entire country the day off to vote during election day. We decided after hiking Lions Head and enjoying it so much it was time to up the ante and hike table mountain. Except before doing that, Siebert and I decided to take advantage of not having work on the Wednesday and go out for another big night beforehand. Big mistake.

      I woke up with possibly one of the worst hangovers I ...

      Sê totsiens vir die Boland

      A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Mar 16, 2014

      5 photos

      My final week of working at the Bosman Vineyards arrived and I have now had to say goodbye to the Boland area of the Western Cape.

      The week began with the last trip to the De Bos farm in Hermanus taking sugar readings and bunch weights, and this was much quicker due to a large amount of the grapes being harvested. It was interesting to be able to compare the start of harvest to the end, seeing how ...

      Ervaar die suid Afrikaanse kultuur

      A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Feb 23, 2014

      4 photos

      The title of this blog means 'experiencing the South African culture' which I have definitely done this week. The longer I am here the more I learn about the country's history and people as well as seeing how different everyday life is compared to home. Time has gone extremely quickly, I can't believe I am over half way through my placement already. I have to say I am getting used to the weather a bit more now, 30 degrees feels a nice temperature, anything in the 20’s ...

      Wag vir parstyd - Waiting for harvest

      A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Feb 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... barrels containing wine soon to be bottled, which is used as both a preservative and an antioxidant. Bentonite, a clay like substance when rehydrated, was also added which passes through the wine and settles at the bottom of the barrel and is used to stablise the proteins in the wine to prevent wine going cloudy. Barrels from which samples were taken were also topped up to prevent a large amount of oxygen remaining in the barrels. I also asked to sit down ...

      To the southernmost part of Africa

      A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 18, 2013

      3 photos

      ... and son, both Neil were and we talked for about an hour. I left most of things at their house and Isella took me to the Johannesburg airport for my nearly two hour flight to Cape Town. Check in was as easy as the US. I only had carry on and off I flew on Mango airlines to Cape Town.

      I was met by Graham Cowley, a leading member in the East London congregation. He is also a member o SANATCO (South African National Council). He will be flying up with ...