Grand Cafe and Rooms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with the girls back into town. We had a very late lunch in a really lovely kitsch cafe which had an incredible selection of biscuits and cakes and all stuff delicious. Jack lost his **** and bought basically one of everything! We also bought some food from their deli for dinner. By this time a huge storm had broken out and we got absolutely drenched on the sprint back to our fancy hostel. The evening ended sourly with a palace defeat that killed my mood a ...
... the 1500s for fresh water and the Dutch in 1778 for timber. It was also the location of a whaling station until the early 1900s.
We are now ensconced in the Whale Song Hotel, in thatched accommodation, reminiscent of the TV series Upstairs and Downstairs. We have exchanged appalling jokes across, above and below balconies.
Dinner was at The Lookout Restaurant for a good feed of seafood, once we finally found it.
The drive from Somerset West to Plettenberg Bay afforded us gorgeous views of the undulating countryside. Fruit farming, sheep farming some ostrich farming, and later some cattle farming was scattered by the roadside but it was the rolling hills that impressed me most. On the way, we stopped at a small bakery and bought Koeksisters, a delightfully sticky white deep-fried pastry. They ...
... I didn’t do too bad a job to be honest.
We were on the road by 9 after saying our goodbyes to the owner and to the guys from Switzerland with the pimped up VW Transporter. Off we went, aiming to make tracks. Soon we were waking hello and goodbye to George, then Wilderness, then Sedgefield, then Knysna, and onto Plettenberg Bay. Hello and goodbye, enjoying the scenery along the way. Wilderness was the prettiest for me. On ...
Monday 2nd April
First day of work, started at 7am (******* early!). We basically followed some guy around all day and learned what he was doing. Our first mission was to find the resident domestic cat and give him his meds. We searched around the cafe and office where he would usually be found that early but no luck. We headed through the gate towards the main house as this ...