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TravelPod Member ReviewsErica Guesthouse Franschhoek
Nice, clean accommodation, located a short walk from Franschhoek's main street. Staff was friendly, but the place lacked the personal feel that we've found in other South African guesthouses. Accommodations in Franschhoek can be expensive, but Erica Guesthouse represents good value.
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... parted ways with Glen and Crissie today to do our own thing, we spent the day around the city including V&A waterfront where we mooched through markets, went on a Ferris wheel for a great view of Cape Town and drooled over the yachts...well James did. We caught the cable car up Table Mountain and were blown away with the view, we sat on a rock and took it all in. It was hot! Much hotter than I thought today would be when I put on jeans this ...
... specifically a lovely white C******nay. Then, we had a quick stop to buy a bottle of desert wine called 'Noble harvest Ratafia' - a bottle that I loved when we has it at Myoga in My. Then it was into a restaurant with the most amazing views - where we had a very nice lunch with John. And then finally, to a new estate called Anura - a smaller estate that isn't even in the ...
After lunch we visit the Huguenot memorial (R10 ea) to learn a little more about the French settlers who colonized this region. Then to Solms-Delta for a tasting, based on the recommendation of the two guys we met yesterday at the Chamonix tasting. We bought two bottles of their sparkling shiraz (Cape Jazz) at R58 each. We didn’t really like anything else we tried. The to Pick ‘n Pay for water and some tinned ...
... when we heard a screech "Oh no!". I immediately turned and saw Harolyn falling into the stream sideways. Bill and I hurried to her rescue and helped her get up and out of the water. The bad thing is the river bed was full of rocks and she hit her cheek and arms on some of them. Thank goodness, nothing broke and no serious injury other than some bruising (which will be really visible tomorrow) and a wet camera. It was scary, but I ...
In the morning we loaded our bags onto a coach and said our goodbyes to Bulldog. We had a short drive to the border crossing into our 8th and final country South Africa. Our new driver was called Alvin and now the lovely Richard was just a passenger. We had a long journey so watched a couple of films on the coach. We watched The A-Team and The Killers. For lunch we ...