Lambert's Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Lambert's Bay
... each bottle cost between $2.9 and $10! Disneyland. Feeling happy we made our way 5 hours later to a coastal town called Lamberts Bay. We watched the sun set into the Altantic ocean and this beach front open air restaurant in the middle of no where. The restaurant was amazing. There was open fires and smoking machines with people baking fresh ...
... On a vineyard and a grassy terrace, NO SAND!
Lunch and a swim before a wine tasting session with Sparky the owner. After tasting five or six of the wines produced we just had to move to the bar for one or two more before dinner. Beer and wine flowed as we had a sing song around the fire pit in the cool of the night.
... birds eye view of the town, and noticed that the train's front locomotive (there are some in the middle too) was way past the town and the end of the train was not in town yet.... paint that picture in your mind :))
Some guy made a loud comment in the hotel pub last night.... something in the line of "the bar ladies should stop smoking, ...
... find anyone. They were going to have a lot of unhappy campers. Carlos set up the shower for me. Sweet hubby! Just as well – we found that the tap connection was left at the previous site. So at least we knew to buy another one. When the camp official eventually came round to get payment he had the lamest excuse in the book why there was no hot water!
In Saldana we bought Bokkoms! Yes, Bokkoms. We had never eaten it before and ...
... storm that blew in that night nearly blew us out of our tent and in the night we abandonned ship and slept in Jambo for the first time. Compact is not just a reference for the little Corolla. Jason tried his luck at shore fishing and caught nothing but seaweed and kelp. As a treat for the previous night we go inland to Langeband, Mikanos Buffet and Casino with a nearby farmstead backpackers.