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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to have their babies. From there we headed north back toward N2 and then east to Swellendam. We are staying at the Oude de Pasterie B&B in Swellendam. We are both hungry but South Africa is shut down right now as the whole country is watching the Rugby match between the South Africa Springboks and the New Zealand All Blacks. So, we are now watching the game too. Hopefully something will be open later so we can have a bite to ...
... for a drink or 2 or 3 and started chatting to a chap in the pub and he suggested we go across the road to Warmwatersberg Nature Reserve. Where hot water pumps out of the ground at about 45degrees. Lekker karoo choppies for dinner with veggie soup.......
Missy Moo Happy Birthday , hope you have the most awesome day. Love you lots!!
......heading for Plett
... to relax before dinner at the hotel.
Dinner was a Cape Malay lamb curry that has been on my radar to try. It did not disappoint and I think that I will try and make it when we get home. More good food for breakfast as we watched several staff wash and dry all the guests cars in the parking lot at least twice. It seemed a bit unusual but we were glad to have a nice clean car again.
... have just come from 40 degrees, the change in temperature is an even bigger shock to the system. Nevertheless, after two very quick laps, I jumped back into the hot baths and was fine!
Read more about our journey along Route 62 here.
... to act like a sponge. Needless to say I did not get much sleep.
In the morning the mist hung low over the campsite. I awoke to see a guinea fowl staring at me, before waddling off into the bush. Dad was still snoring, but as I was so wet, I was up quickly. The only other camper, an older lady trudged quietly past me and caught me answering the call of nature. She scowled as she walked off to the ablution blocks.
After I had ...