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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... planned our trip here) was closed due to high winds, but neither of us had realised it was on the way to our next stop. Had to turn around and drive another hour to get there. And we drove through the areas that had been burnt out a couple of weeks ago. The bushland has to burn occasionally to regenerate, but this had got very out of hand. You can still smell it in the air.
And bit of a shock when we arrived. The hotel we had thought was quite ...
... cooking difficult this evening and it is freezing. We came into our tents about 8.30pm to stay warm but we haven't managed to warm up yet. 11 December Hermanus
We have been here for 2 days and I am afraid I have been very lazy and not recorded anything for the last few days. After Tsitsikamma we spent a night in Knysna which was a pleasant small town by the sea but nothing very exciting. However Hermanus is a lovely place, a pretty town on a huge bay backed ...
Leave wilderness Stop at mossel bay walk to a cave and then walk around a seashell museum and replica wooden ship that was used to 'find' mossel bay. Wait for alexia to arrive from sand boarding at 12.25 rather than 12. Stop for lunch on route and then go to Cape Town by 6pm. Stu rushes to get his washing done whilst ...
... are used to make certain perfumes. Overall, the view is something people need to go see for themselves, it was exhilarating and quite memorable. After Table Mountain we made our way to our first Cape company visit. The company was Streetwires. Streetwires is a township craft company that employees unemployed workers and trains them to become wire and bead artists. The company has a variety of unique and custom wire designs. Their products ...
... he fed the seal every day, because it was injured from an attack and couldn't hunt for itself. The tourists were throwing money at the lad, but I wouldn't let Jackie. We had recently given 10 rand to an acrobat troupe in Camps Bay! We then walked round to another arm of the harbour and would you believe, it there were more young lads feeding the seals for which the tourists were giving them money. We then drove on to Chapman's Peak ...