Protea Hotel Clarens
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fallen in and everyone had enjoyed the rafting experience, the first time for all.
Back to Clarens to dry off and get changed. Ate a light lunch and then spent an hour or so exploring the shops and galleries of Clarens. Set amongst the mountains Clarens is a lovely small town and we think we will return for a longer stay.
Next stop was Bloemfontein, a three hour drive away. We checked in and went to Loch Logan waterfront for dinner.
... using local ingredients, artisanal products and of course, consideration to taste and presentation. We had the most heavenly lunch in La Petite Ferme Winery. Our table was outside on the deck overlooking a vast expanse of grass with pathways to the acres of vines. We had yellowtail served on mashed potatoes and artichoke with roasted beets topped and topped with a light hollandaise and squid in a spicy lime sauce served on a bed of gently sautéed ...
... December 2013, Saturday
Were pretty tired from the drive and walk yesterday so slept
George had his omelet again and I decided to try the fresh fruit,
natural yogurt and muesli; it was exactly as listed – yum, my kind of
breakfast. Oh, it also came with a chocolate muffin that I wrapped up for a
small snack later in the day.
Weather reports said it was going to be ...
... However more than once there was issues with direction which means that rather than all either walking diagonally to the same point in a large semi-circle or in several parallel lines, somehow people ended up crossing over. At one stage I was watching people either side of me about to collide and completely at a loss for which direction I was supposed to be in... I went for the middle of their collision.. just a hunch. I also encountered ...
... nom nom. Once they had taken both these discoveries away from her, she was utterly fed up with the handlers and would not perform for anything haha. Fair enough.
Later on we went shopping round some very cool sort of tourist tat/ unusual African furniture/ weaving/ hides shops. Interesting, and some unusual objects. There was some nice furniture but I have no idea how I would get a small cabinet, or chest of drawers home.
After that we had lunch (bring on the food ...