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TravelPod Member ReviewsHedef Rose Garden Hotel Alanya
Kayaked in the sea with the hope of seeing whales. Unfortunately didn't see any. But we did see sea lions swimming right past us and penguins swimming and diving.
Was told before the trip that we may see great white sharks but it was unlikely they would attack us as they tend to go for seals.
Later explored the little shops that the town offered. Lovely little town with lots of nice places to eat and whale watch.
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Travel Blogs from Hermanus
... the second largest Government- owned railway in the world. It was during this time that the Hoys wanted to get away from Cape Town and they discovered Hermanus, where he could enjoy his favourite hobby- fishing. He became the most enthusiastic patron of the village and was enchanted by its natural charm. Local businessmen and residents alike were hopeful that the general manager of the railway would soon help them by building a branch line from Bot River to ...
We awake to a beautiful morning but looking up I don't think it will last. The curse of Daryl strikes again and further up the road we stop to put the wet weather gear on against the sky darkens and the rain starts to fall. We're riding on Route 62 that takes us through the Swartberg mountains, through the beautiful foothills and the valleys below. Unfortunately with the rain coming down its difficult to fully appreciate the wonders of this landscape. Although it does look ...
... a couple of whales playing in the sea. Keith even ventured into the sea for a swim with the kelp at Stanford's Cove, Fantastic fish, calamari and chips for dinner with the family at their dining room table was a great way to end off the day.
And real Witblits, not mampoer!
Day 6 (Thur 21st March)
The next 3 days will be spent at BMW Bike fest which is been held at the Goudini Spa in Rawsonville, Worcester.