Angala Boutique Hotel And Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to more mountains thrusting into the blue sky. Up down and around through mountains, switchback after switchback we go for about four hours, with appropriate stops for photos and creature comforts.
We had lunch at Clarke of the Karoo - a perfect lunch of salad and cold meats, mead or water and time for some shopping in craft shops. From here a drive to some Port and Cheese tasting. Yum! I am a ...
... the bottom of the cage and look out into the murky water at the shark bait, 2 large fish heads on a float, which the crew threw out and pulled back towards the cage. Plenty of fish were swimming in front of our masks and to our right there was a whole ball of fish feeding on the 'chum' being thrown off the back of the boat. We waited and waited bobbing up and down for about 30 minutes until the crew advised us to get out and warm up until a shark arrived. They joked that as soon ...
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The Winelands are full of big name producers, whose wineries are works of art, perfect places to bask in the glorious views with a glass of wine or a fine meal. But typically, I find visits to these big estates to be more style than substance, more about the experience than the wine itself. Of course, this is still an enjoyable experience, but it's nice to supplement this with visits to smaller or ...
... way we did not see much wildlife as we had hoped but the hike was really nice. We crossed the little stream a few times which was so red in color due to the minerals it was astounding. From far away we could see the waterfall and its striking red color against the dark rock. In the spots where the water was a little deeper, the pool appeared to be completely black. I have never seen such a thing.
The hike took us through brush ...
... town for dinner at Kalfi’s. It is a local’s restaurant and was good. Forgot to mention that all restaurants serve bread first before the meal and don’t replenish during the meal. Tonight their rolls were fried and served with honey. Also tried bobotie which was minced meat with spices in a spring roll. It is hard to believe that we only have six nights left in South Africa.