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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the track and was observed by Laine making its way further into the bush. Maree and Laine continued in their roles as potential adder fodder, leading the group, some without the requisite foot gear. The wildlife identification occurred courtesy of the scientific officers in a nearby building who provided us with a detailed scientific briefing!
... streets it was getting a bit embarrassing, especially as the others, including the old boy who was now snoring in my ear, still had to get to Cape Town, so Jackie volunteered that we would get out and walk the rest of the way! Oh will we now, but despite Colleen's half hearted attempts to insist she drop us off at the door, we paid up and got out. Luckily it was just a short walk back to our B&B arriving at just after 5.00pm. The sun was out, so Betty's husband ...
... with many wine estates dotted about. We order crepes from a restaurant recommended to us by Lara Hoye and we also find the "Jade" jewellery store. Although tempted, Nicole does not buy anything. We arrive in Stellenbosch, passing more wine estates on the road into the town. It's a very pretty university town and our B&B is on the main drag, Dorp Street. Jonathan greets us warmly and tells us about ...
... new home and let us all go inside and take a look. Her name was Hazel. We then went to a cresche (daycare). The kids were so cute! They sang for us, and we joined in on a few songs. We also blew bubbles for the kids, which they loved! Their faces lit up when we started. They were adorable!!! After that, we left to go back to our hostel. We had the rest of the night free so we explored more of Stellenbosch. My group ended up at a Lebanese restaurant for dinner. ...
... overheard a South African (white) who had just been there telling his friends, "Durban is done." It would be foolish to hang too much weight on this fragment, but I think it represents a common apprehension that things can go bad rather rapidly, but can only improve gradually.
In the smaller towns (Stellenbosch, Springbok, Grahamstown, Bergville, Knysna, Oudtshoorn and others) we walked around freely and, with the exception of Port St ...