Lambert's Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our last stop in the Overberg region was Hermanus. This is where the Southern Right Whales come to have their calves every year. There's a huge protected bay here. The town has a week long Whale Festival every September at the height of the calving season. We didn't get to see any Southern Rights, but we did see a couple of Bryde's Whales that stay …
I traveled through Elandsbaai with friends on Easter Friday and I just fell in love with this pretty place.
I am not sure what the attraction is but it must be a combination of the mountain dropping into the sea, beautiful beach, typical west coast village and the iron ore trains passing through town.
Yesterday I was at a spot where I ...
... and the lights paint a pretty picture when reflecting over the bay.
A group of about 15 caravans also stayed at Leentjiesklip. We were worried that it might be a noisy evening but we proved to be wrong. The next morning I was hoping to have a long hot bath. At about 7 am the temperature was 5 degrees. There was no hot water at any of the ablution blocks. This did not go down well so I went looking for the guard to let him know. I ...
... It was a little cosy inside the truck, but fortunately we only have it for a couple of days as we meet our proper truck 'Imani' in Namibia. Apparently the South African government will not allow the overland trucks into the country at present due to an issue with the MOT certificates.
Heading north out of Cape Town we were able to enjoy the beautiful scenery – farms and vineyards, rolling hills and mountains. The roads were ...
... standards but they have some great exhibits. They managed to keep the boys interested for about half an hour which believe me isn't bad, that was until Maxie having a secret wee found the life threatening ninja's (large tortoises) in the garden - history smishtory as they say.
On that note we departed with a little more South African history under our belts, though, probably not as much history as crayfish!