Saint du Barrys
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSaint du Barrys Clanwilliam
Loved our stay at Saint du Barry's in Clanwilliam South Africa. Owners and hosts, Wally and Joan, were so gracious and helpful. The room was very comfortable. The place is convenient to restaurants and the Cederberg Mountains.
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... nowhere. We had to get up at 5:45, put our tent back into the bag, load it up, have breakfast which was ready and we left at 7 for a long day of traveling up to the Namibian border around 600 km to the north. On the way through all kinds of landscapes we stopped a few times for lunch and breaks and to buy the last things before we would cross the border. We arrived at our camping side, 10 km from the border around 6 and real ...
... at our accommodation which is deep in the mountains, along side a river, this small little quaint dutch cottage, no signal, NO TV, this is going to be a very interesting evening:)
Took a visit into town to the local church bazaar and ordered 2 coffee's and 4 pancakes for R30...bargain!! We also discovered that they had curry and rice, so that's dinner sorted.
We off to our mountain retreat..........chat again tomorrow
... about 50 or more Dolphins riding the waves really close to shore. We've seen lots of Dolphins but never seen them actually surfing like this, it was amazing. We also did a great hike and climb in the Fernkloof Nature Reserve. It has 4,500 identified Fynbos species growing there, and they're still identifying more. We post quite a few pictures of plants and flowers because they change so much from region to region and are so interesting. Every hike we do we ...
... area and to learn about the bushmen community that was too short and uninformative.
Things started to improve with the afternoon drive through the Cederberg Mountains. The scenery is gorgeous and I am starting to get used to the truck that we in. The truck is bumpier on paved roads than most other vehicles in dirt roads (including the game drive Land Cruisers). The smallest pothole sends you out ...
... day! 6.30h, and of we go. I decided to start with Brian and Rob completely in the back. I found out pretty fast that these men have more or less the same riding level. So we were more or less together for 50 km, but then I got some cramps and off they were. I was drinking a lot, but not enough unfortunately in this heat! Temperatures went easy up to 32-35 (that's what I thought, but saturday they told us temperatures went up to 43 degrees) in the shade and while this ...