Villa Blu

Address: 234 8th Street Voelklip, Hermanus, Western Cape, 7200, South Africa | B&B
 
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      Day 27 - The Cliff Path Walk

      A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 30, 2013

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      ... about 0.1mph. After 30 minutes it had finally passed us and we continued our walk. The cliff path was indeed spectacular as it meandered along the coast. Every 50 yards or so was a bench at a lookout point. On top of the sight of whales out at sea, the path passed through lush multicoloured vegetation that was teeming with bird life and many Rock Hyrax'. Up close they are not cute, but more like overgrown fat rats! After just 2km we had reached the Old Harbour ...

      Garden Route

      A travel blog entry by zivanit on Sep 21, 2013

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      ... a hired car from Cape Town till Port Elizabeth. WE did take the chance of driving on the left side of the roads, like the British way, but it wasn't so bad, we did manage, eventually you get used to it. While travelling during the sunlight hours in the Garden Route, we stopped at different towns for the night stay, enjoying various landscapes/tastes of this route. There is so much to do around, for example in our first ...

      The Western Cape

      A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Nov 12, 2012

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      ... of the wine district, is older still. Both are noted for Cape Dutch architecture and both have interesting museums.

      Some of our most enjoyable drives were on these final days. Starting from Oudtshoorn, we drove north and turned up a very steep gravel road to the Swartberg Pass. Back down again on the same (south) side of the mountains, we took the scenic gravel road west to Calitzdorp --there is a village where ...

      Road Trip

      A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Sep 26, 2012

      111 photos

      ... entering the water, exiting the water, sleeping, standing and scratching. I enjoyed observing their antics. Some interesting facts that I learnt about them was that they can only stay submerged underwater for up to two minutes, they swim at a speed of 7 kilometres per hour and that their black & white colouring is a form of camouflage. Lucky for us, we also saw some baby penguins – covered in grey fluffy feathers.

      These penguins ...

      Day 10- The Winelands!

      A travel blog entry by jbandrab on Nov 25, 2011

      15 photos

      ... The Devon Valley is a real find! This small property is set on the valley slopes offering breathtaking views, lush gardens, a relaxing shady terrace, a comfortable bar with dark leather armchairs, fireplace and a wide selection of Single Malt Whiskeys! Some tours will stay at the four-star NH Lord Charles Hotel located in Somerset West, close to many vineyards and to Cape Town. Set in 22 acres of gardens, the ...