Whale Rock Luxury Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We made the fatal mistake of having a siesta and woke up at gone 7.00pm. By now the winds had got up and we didn't feel like going back out, so we treated ourselves to a night in. We watched a couple of movies and had tea, toast and chocolate. In some ways I am glad that the whale tour had been cancelled, because if we had already seen them up close and personal, then we wouldn't have appreciated them so much on our walk. For me, Hermanus has been the highlight of ...
... for the real safari to come afterwards... The last stop in the Garden Routhe was Tsitsikama natural reserve where we did a beautiful hike and walked on the famious suspention bridge. I enjoyed the six nights in the garden route, as it was full of diverse views, activities, places. At the last point of this route we returned the car and took our way north to the Safari land...Next to come are the lion king and his friends of the African ...
... molting by this time), leading to the Cape Town suburbs and up to Stellenbosch, where a wine tour is the order of the day.
This picture probably demands an explanation. One of us had the habit of drying her or his delicates on the dashboard when we pulled out each morning. So for better or worse when I close my eyes to remember South Africa I see mountains, deserts, beaches ... and underwear floating in blue ...
... Bed and Breakfast, checked in and then went to explore the town while it was still daylight. Hermanus is very well known for its whale watching during season from June to November. Tourists come here to see the Southern Right Whales. We parked in the centre of the small town and walked along the cliff edge. There was a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and sea. We were also lucky enough to have some whale sightings in the distance. We saw them ...
... when we heard a screech "Oh no!". I immediately turned and saw Harolyn falling into the stream sideways. Bill and I hurried to her rescue and helped her get up and out of the water. The bad thing is the river bed was full of rocks and she hit her cheek and arms on some of them. Thank goodness, nothing broke and no serious injury other than some bruising (which will be really visible tomorrow) and a wet camera. It was scary, but I ...