Travel Blogs from Somerset West
... us out of the way and airport staff rolling their eyes when asked a question, not caring who you were or that you are a human being with actual feeling in general, to a whole population of people with smiles that never leave their faces. You look around and all you see are people helping each other even when they have never met you before and may not even speak the same language. They were ...
After spending the morning in Stellenbosch town centre we decided to head out to one of the Vineyards with an incredible view.
This afternoon we went to Waterkloof Wine Estate a Vineyard on the outskirts of Stellenbosch, heading towards the Coast.
Different from most Vineyards, they still Farm the hills with Horse and Plough and use traditional methods.
Needless to say we found the Horse pretty quickly!!
Thanks to Gran for the great ...
I love airports. I love everything about them. While most people set their morning alarm on departure day for as late as possible to roll in at the last possible minute, I am always thrilled at an international flight where the check-in time is a mandatory 3 hours prior. Maybe it comes with my love of people watching or my ongoing obsession with jetting off to every place possible, but I sure can't get enough. It all begins with the drive up to the airport. If I am coming from home I ...
... began to come in. We shot pool at Stones and had the best fajitas of my life at the restaurant across the street. I was let down at the situation with the home care workers, but trying to stay positive. I didn’t want to bring everyone else down but these past few days I felt I was. Tonight after a short conversation with my dad and other news I felt guilty and selfish. I think that things have been put into perspective for me. ...
... air in our faces. The intensity only increased as we made our way upwards along rock pathways toward the lighthouse. There are really no words to describe it. At first we were extremely buffeted but as we kept climbing, hanging onto the handrails of the walkways, we were massively and constantly hit by big waves of wind. There was a point where, if Bill hadn't been hanging onto me, I would have lost my footing and probably tumbled down the mountain. These were gale-force ...
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Other places to stay in Somerset West
CNR Main Road (M9) & Broadway Boulevard (R44) Roads, Somerset West | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Lourensford Road, Somerset West | 4 star hotelfrom $76
01 Morgenster Avenue, Somerset West | 4 star hotelfrom $104
8 Waveren Avenue, Somerset West | Hotelfrom $63
Jigger ave, Somerset West | Hotelfrom $73