The Roundhouse Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... toll. Therese is hanging over the side of the boat feeling ill and as a good friend, I try to go over to support her. However, as usual, plans rarely go as planned. Instead of comforting her, I begin to violently throw up over the side of the boat, which triggers Therese to do the same. She will never have orange juice again. By the end of the trip 17 out of 18 of us were sick. It was an awesome sight. At least we weren't as bad as our new friend George, pretty sure he ...
... were all just praying wouldn't happen. We were shown where we were headed which was in between Dyer and Island and Geyser Island, and this place is known as Shark Alley. Just these words gave me the first bit of apprehension I'd felt over the actual sharks!
We were ready to go and were given our huge bright orange fisherman jackets and it was time to walk down to the Apex Predator boat. hat I didn't realise the owner of this boat was ...
... the attention of a couple of sharks. They began circling our boat, and the first group of six got into the shark cage to view them in the water while Dennis and I watched from the viewing platform on top of the boat. We got great views (and could actually take photos) from the platform, but the real highlight, of course, was our turn inside the shark cage.
We got to spend 30 minutes in the cage (and honestly didn't want to spend any longer, since the water was ...
... and had some interesting tastings... ostrich, crocodile, venison sausage, chicken, springbok, and warthog. Our unanimous favorite was...ostrich?? It was really good and we did not expect
ostrich to taste like that.
We are loving the prices here especially after three years of Sydney prices. Beers are around $2-3, a bottle of wine at the nice restaurant was $11, most meals $5-$8. Not bad!
... couple of 'old dears'. The wind seemed stronger than ever and we were convinced that the whale trip wouldn't go ahead. I kept checking my phone, but there was no message or missed call. At 12.30pm, we followed the Whale Coast Route back to Hermanus arriving at the Whale Watching Company 45 minutes early. We paid our money and confirmed the trip is definitely on. We sat in the sun in t-shirts and shorts waiting for the other passengers to arrive. At ...