Crouchers Hotel & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... couldn't believe how late it was - suddenly it was 9 o'clock! Back to Dorrie's and off to bed. We slept quite well - positively slept in! (to 6am). Rose feeling rested and made ourselves a cuppa in our little room. Started to feel (smugly & prematurely) that we were passed the worst of the jetlag. Dorrie had arranged breakfast for 8:30 so we popped down the hall to her flat and joined her. Melvyn had said he'd pick us up at 12 the next day. Mum and ...
... The Cottage Pub, it appeared a popular with locals, including a friendly little old man who insisted on taking our photograph even though he couldn't figure out how to use a digital camera. He got there in the end, just as we were ready to tuck into our first Welsh meal, traditional cawl, or lamb stew with bread and cheese. With my wonderful head cold/chest infection that had been lingering for weeks at this stage, a nice hearty stew was just what the doctor ordered! ...
Yesterday we noticed a nasty looking bulge on our rear tyre so this morning a trip to Halfords near to Holly's was needed to find a replacement. Tyre fitted Holly and James took a quick spin to test it out. Meanwhile Sam was busy mending puncture on Holly's bike. By the time everything ready it was lunch time and drizzling so we decided to make a proper Sunday out of it and go to the pub for lunch. Said good bye to Sam, digested and set out with Holly for short bike ride to find camp ...
... be! We finish off the afternoon by making our way the short distance to the North Laine (that’s not a spelling mistake!) area – another collection of small independent shops in an historic area of small old houses, but the shops in this area are way more interesting, edgy and out there than the ones in The Lanes. On the way back to the B&B we pop into the very cute, very ...
... work and drop everything for South Africa - so, away we all go!
We'll be spending most of our time in the East Cape region, visiting various family members and some of the locations of sentimental value for the family. There is so much to tell you all - amazing history and Wellington family origins. The most notable is that my Great Grandfather, the Reverend Abraham Arthur Wellington is ...