Swellendam Backpackers Adventure Lodge
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... to have their babies. From there we headed north back toward N2 and then east to Swellendam. We are staying at the Oude de Pasterie B&B in Swellendam. We are both hungry but South Africa is shut down right now as the whole country is watching the Rugby match between the South Africa Springboks and the New Zealand All Blacks. So, we are now watching the game too. Hopefully something will be open later so we can have a bite to ...
... passes to Porterville.
From there headed towards Worcester in the Ceres Valley. Amazed at how many brand name wine cellars there are in this part of the world.....
So we did a quick wine tasting at Graham Beck, who is very well done for their bubbly and all round wine's. Very yummy......as usual made a few purchases and then back on the road again. Quite surprising what I can fit into Maureen.
It's not a great distance to Swellendam from Hermanus and unlike many other areas in the Western Cape there are a number of road choices. I think that this may be a result of needing paths to link various farming communities which eventually turned into nicely paved roads. We chose to make a rather circuitous route to take in the actual southern most tip of Africa at Cape Agulas where the Atlantic and the ...
... morning before breakfast, and it took me a few minutes to get into the 40+ degree temperatures. We got chatting to a few of the other bathers and I challenged a kid to jump into the adjacent cold swimming pool which he did… and realised that it was only fair that I did it too. FREEZING!!! Jumping in a cold pool is hard enough as it is. However ...
... lantern, he had walked straight into a tree stump and cut his leg open. The blood was everywhere. “Its because I take aspirin,” he claimed. It did just continue to bleed and bleed a strange sort of cranberry colour. We now had the opportunity to we fully test the first aid kit and when we had finished the ablutions block looked like a scene from ‘Psycho’.
We carefully returned to the tent avoiding the trees, packed ...