Porcupine Pie Boutique Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and a massive chamber at the beginning of our tour, with each chamber getting progressively smaller as we went further in to the system. As we got to some pretty tight bits the group became quite spread out, it also became a bit more difficult and strenuous to navigate some of the small passages. Some of the group couldn't continue at one point and turned back while we continued onwards and inwards, though tight ...
... found the force 7 gale. When we returned the deck now judged unsafe was being closed busily by the staff. We had some difficulty getting back inside.
Tomorrow morning we have to do battle with the South African Immigration Officials at 0630 in order to get off the ship and do our booked tour in Cape Town (City Tour and Castle of Good Hope. No alcohol and an early night required tonight.
Today was another early start. We were up at 5.45am and hit the gym. Bags out at 7.30, then breakfast and departed at 8.30am. We travelled East along the garden route. We travelled the route Stellenbosch, Paarl, Robinson, Ashton, Montagu, Barrydale ...
... a few hours and the white goes clear - looks kinda wierd. We also had a lesson in making "Roostekoek"(?) a bread that is cooked over coals from the owner of our hostel. We drove up the crazy Swartberg Pass, (poor rental car!) - first gear all the way! We also went to a local game lodge and spent a well worth it 20 minutes one on one with their ...
... in Cape Town.
On Friday I started a 3 day trip around the Western Cape. We drove down the back side of Table Mountain on our way out of Cape Town and it was such an amazing view. We went down to Hout Bay to board a boat to go to see a seal island. We could smell the island way before we saw it! There were so many seals sunning themselves on this small rock island and many more playing in the surf around it. It was cool to see and nice to get out on ...