The Roundhouse Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the cage in the water and started chumming for the sharks by pouring a small stream of fish guts into the water. As soon as they spotted the first shark they sent the first group into the water. The cage was a big rectangle that attached to the boat and 8 people could go in at a time. Erika, mom, Karen, and Cortney were in the first group. The sharks came so close and were so huge! Then dad and I were up! A shark swam right towards me! It was kind ...
... I have never adorned a wetsuit before and I can now confirm you have to be a contortionist with super human strength to get into one of these things. We finally get into this torture device and awesome, Therese and I look even more delicious. How is the shark going to resist us now?! By this point, Therese won't even look at me, the feeling of hatred is growing and I can feel the hostility. I want to turn to her and say, sharks like a challenge and if they think ...
... is when the first victim fell promptly assisting with her own version of chum. I was practicing all those techniques I have learnt as a nurse breathe through your nose, long slow breaths, what ever you do don't smell! And luckily it was working, just. As the waves continued to hit us more and more mostly us females were assisting with our version of chum, the crew were having a great laugh at us all at one point there were 6 of us leaning over the side at ...
... clustered together in one central complex when the town was designed in the mid-1700s. The museum focused mostly on the Dutch East India Company's administration and residences in the 1700s, but it also featured a mid-19th century house and gardens that showed the very comfortable life of a middle-class Swellendam farmer in the 1800s.
We wandered around town for a little longer, ate lunch at a cafe in town, then visited the very picturesque Dutch Reformed Church ...
... the day, Spice Route. Spice Route was just down the road and also very beautiful. Here, we were seated outside in the sun and had the opportunity to taste 6 different wines. At this point, wine tasting was starting to catch up with us so we began to slow down a bit. At Spice Route, there was also a glass blowing store, and an opportunity to do beer tasting as well. Once we were finished at our second winery, we headed to a restaurant to eat some lunch and soak up some of the ...