Gable Manor Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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On route to Franschhoek winelands we stopped at Hermanus. Here is supposed to be 'the' place to see whales. Apparently the whales can get very close to the shore. There is a coastal walk that you can do where you can spot them. This is what we did. Ironically we did not see many whales, in fact we only saw one. Not the abundance of whales we were expecting, but we were not too bothered as we had seen our fair share of them in other locations. The coastal walk ...
... got out it was guaranteed that a shark would come. We started to clamber out in reverse order and I had literally just set foot on the boat deck, when people started shouting and I looked round to see a decent sized Great White fighting with the bait. That was it we were all back in, but blow me the sharks didn't return. One of the crew pointed at Jackie and said it was all her fault - Blimey, had news of us being Jonahs travelled up the coast! Again we got out of the cage ...
... finally retiring to our campsite to relax and get ready for bed. It’s been a full day and we’re very happy to have had the chance to come back to Franschhoek and spend a little more time here marveling in their ability to produce excellent food and excellent wines amidst a fairytale setting.
Tomorrow we are off to Stellenbosh, the other region near Cape Town that produces spectacular wines. It’s also a beautiful region. ...
... winery – Delheim being the place of choice. What a feast for the senses!! We sat under a pegoda of autumn coloured vine leaves and tucked into a divine Malay curry and complimentary glass of Gewurtstraminer whist gazing at the mountains!! Giva was overcome with the beauty of it all and finally succumbed to the advances of "Rainbow" and last I looked they were snuggling in a corner!!
After a quick stop at “Palazzo ...
... the check sheet! And i thought Edward was bad in NZ this car took it to another level not even electric windows. The funniest thing was it then had a gear lock, an imboliser and the normal locks to get it going. It took 55 minutes before you could start the engine and lets be honest who would want to nick it – our stuff inside was worth more! On a plus side it was economical though ans so much cheaper than doing organised tours.