Oude Werf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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This is going to be a short blog. We have a 4am wake up tomorrow in order to fly to the Kreuger game reserve.
The 9am start allowed us to sleep in this morning. Then after a big breakfast we were on the bus headed for the ostrich farm.
We traveled thru an agricultural area - dairy, sheep, chickens, wheat, olive groves, grapes. I …
We started the day with another huge scrumptious buffet breakfast. I took a pic of the dripping honeycomb. They set up a real honeycomb and honey drips onto a tray for use. Cool.
I also took a pic of the road that doesn't go anywhere. Dick said they ran out of money a number of years ago and just quit. (The scene in terminator 3 was filmed …
... samosas, sausages, breads, salads, and not to mention all the wine and beer on offer to go with it all. Still, we managed to resist and we distracted ourselves with the craft and furniture stalls. The only thing stopping me from buying anything other than budget issues was the logistics of getting it back home again but even so it was difficult to resist. They even have rescue puppies from the townships in view when you leave the market. I could have easily taken one ...
... too! We could see the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean, which was really cool :) Then we went to Signal Hill and got to look around and see a different view. We got some cool pictures from there too! After that we came back to the hostel for dinner. I had a yummy sandwich and leftover fruit from lunch. Now we're all sitting around preparing for tomorrow's discussion. That's it for today :) -Emily I'll add pictures in a little ...
... right-hand side of the steering column, in rush-hour to take a drive around the harbour and south along the narrow cape coast roads to a place called Hout Bay. Naturally, for the first several street turns, we signalled our turns by turning on the windshield wipers. It was quuite amazing that other drivers behind us didn't seem to notice the wipers letting them know that we were turning. Absolutely un-called-for indignance on the part of ...