De Kloof Luxury Estate
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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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 ...
Up early, to a ton of fresh citrus air.
Maureen is up and ready for a long haul today, 1st fill up was Citrusdal (up until now we have been very luck to find LRP - Lead Replacement Fuel at every fuel station thus far).
From there the long trip started..........
Day 8 Stage 7..........411km's
Today was a really beautiful drive, driving through the cloud cover in Citrusdal, making our way through ...
... before we headed out to drive to Knysna, we took in the reason for staying in Swellendam. The Drosty Museum complex is a group of mainly original Cape Dutch buildings that have been maintained in their 17th and 18th century character. The displays of furniture and other donated items from the area make these buildings very interesting. There is not much else in the little town so we packed up our car and headed ...
... morning before breakfast, and it took me a few minutes to get into the 40+ degree temperatures. We got chatting to a few of the other bathers and I challenged a kid to jump into the adjacent cold swimming pool which he did… and realised that it was only fair that I did it too. FREEZING!!! Jumping in a cold pool is hard enough as it is. However ...
... 8216;stretcher’ - well thats what the locals call it, I prefer to call it a bed for Dad, a solar battery pack, a satellite phone, a fridge, plus all the first aid, car aid and clothes for this expedition. Still far less (I am told) than one night in a safari lodge.
When Dad arrived back from Natal a week later we basically swung into action. We needed to complete the task of getting the gear together, get the car sorted, get his ...