Les Chambres Guest House
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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Although we were ready early, our car reservation said 10 am. We walked to Avis. Sadly our first try at a vehicle did not work - a Toyota Forerunner that Richard could not get wheel and leg adjustments right on. So we waited for a Mercedes A180 but it was a stressful hour getting the right vehicle. We finally drove off under cloudy skies and got to the hotel in time to check out by 11 am. We drove to Stellenbosch via ...
... and the sun was shining. At the end of the walk Shaun and I met with our travel agent Gemma at a bar to go over our Namibia trip as her office is based in Hermanus. It was nice to put a face to the name. Soon after we jumped back into the car and headed to The Winelands of Franschhoek. What a stunning drive that was, driving via the Franschhoek pass, winding up and around tight hair pin bends. You got a stunning view over Franschhoek and the many ...
... funky vibes and a good strip of restaurants. At a little tapas restaurant (PS- South African restaurants don't exist in Sth Africa) we made friends with 3 young South Africans from Jo'Berg- a husband, wife and her best friend, of whom who had travelled around the world together. Instantly we had a lot in common and they were running fanatics who had just done Two Oceans as part of their training for Comrades....a match made in heaven! Was good to share ...
... was in the clinic talking with the 5th and 6th year medical students where I definitely would have preferred to be but there wasn't any room. After we were done with the screening, luckily I was able to go into a more private room that had medical students. They were quizzing each other and asking each other questions and it was super cool!! They were even talking about stuff that I actually new about! So I was able to actually learn from them. I wish I would have ...
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 ...