Lanzerac Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Another gourmet breakfast started us all off well. We departed right on time without any particular entertainment! The countryside reminded us of our Flinders Ranges – rocky mountains and marginal vegetation. Ostrich farming, a few orchards and small patches of irrigated pastures punctuated the landscape.
... part of during our visit was to go cage diving with great white sharks. The greater Cape Town coastline has more great white shark sightings than any other region in the world. The intersection of the Southern Atlantic and Indian ocean as well as the large natural seal habitat makes the area a popular one for sharks. The summer months from December-March actually see less shark activity than the winter months but ...
... to Hermanus.
Our hotel is perched beside the Indian Ocean and is so beautiful. We have a spacious suite with a small balcony. It is so nice to have the windows open to feel the cool breeze and to hear the crash of the waves.
We took a short walk along the cliff toward the restaurants and shops. The view here is so stunning. I think Bill is ready to fly home, sell everything and move here. Wonder if they need another accountant and marketing ...
... by a hat-clad sommelier and guide who called himself G-lord on our mission to drink our way through the Western Cape.
We started out in the morning at in the Durbanville region at a vineyard called Altydgedacht, which is as difficult to pronounce as it is to spell. The first tastings started out around 10am, which is slightly early to be having wine. But what the heck, it's always 5pm somewhere, right? The Durbanville area is ...
... son) was in jail for rape, a crime he swears he didn't commit and his friends falsely testified against him. While in jail he contracted some unknown virus that gradually made him almost completely blind. And seven years into his 10 year sentence he was experiencing the full effects of the virus. His mother had a grandchild in her arms and her voice matched the empty cartons of cigarettes. Stanley and Desmound were receiving disability and the mother a grant, ...