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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the owners live in nearby towns.
In the town of Hermanus, a coastal tourist town, we found a stone bench in a busy esplanade area to set up our picnic lunch. The amazed faces of the locals were really entertaining. We rather expected some of them to come and order a sandwich! Lunch was interrupted by the hosting of a ...
... 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 ...
... it was fine and encouraging us to take pictures to remember our time there and share the experience with others. We soon found that everyone we passed on the streets was extremely friendly and welcoming, and the little children that we saw kept running up to us and posing for pictures (and they LOVED looking at the digital pictures after we took them)! The overwhelming sense of joy and community in Khayelitsha was immediately apparent. ...
... the best-known wine region in South Africa, at least among us Quebecers since the SAQ stocks a few Stellenbosch wines. The town itself is very pretty, and it's a student town so it has quite a bit to see and do besides wine tasting. Unfortunately I won't have time to see much else of it, but if you have the chance to visit, I'd recommend doing so.
We visited two wineries in Stellenbosch. The second-to-last of the day was a ...
... to the book store and down the lecture halls, which were absolutely beautiful. After snapping pictures with Lugesa, we all traveled down Long Street to the markets and then had a nice dinner at The Neighborhood restaurant where Corey and I won against Megan and Lugesa in pool, and again against some British chaps on a lucky mistake on their part. After a crowed cab ride we made it back safely, and it’s off to Cape point tomorrow to see some baboons and ...