Devon Valley Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the local "Whale Crier" indicating a whale was breaching nearby. There were four whales to entertain us for the next hour or so. We visited the local craft market and some of us walked along the shore to be picked up later by the bus. The afternoon drive was along a stunning coastline – another "Great Ocean Road" where we saw more whales and enjoyed the scenery.
... is not without its faults (crime can still be a problem and remnants of the Apartheid era can be seen in the numerous townships or shanty towns that are still heavily occupied by the poor), Cape Town is becoming a major modern city in the 21st century. The people are so sincere and proud of their town, the weather is perfect, prices are reasonable and there is so much to do that we definitely want to visit this amazing city ...
... our guide Colleen and the rest of the tour. What a bunch of dullards! There was a young chavvy English couple, who had brought along his deaf father as a 70th birthday treat, complete with his jacket and flat cap. A nice but boring Swedish couple with their 6 year old oriental daughter, we didn't like to ask where they got her from! An English/Canadian couple of old dears who looked like bags of s**t, but thought they were wine experts. Plus the Germans of which ...
... I figure should tide me over during picnic lunches for the next couple of days.
By that point, we were all in need of some food to accompany all that wine. We had a nice lunch at a third winery, also in the Paarl region. I can't remember the name of it now, but we didn't do any tastings there; we just had a glass to accompany the meal.
After lunch, we were all geared up for the next round. We drove to Stellenbosch, which ...
... is a direct quote from one of them, "It’s sad when strangers are closer to you than your own family. It’s like when your own dog bites you, what happened to the people in our country?" The morbidity of the day just continued to the next house where we saw a 30 year old patient with HIV who was on her death bed while her one year old son was outside being cared for by her aunt. Ohbresha was the patient’s name, and she was reduced to only ...