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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Hotel Hermanus
felt like home. would definitely recommend this hotel and stay here again
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Travel Blogs from Hermanus
... can be grown. I was sent here to begin an ongoing project to gather data about each clone of each variety of grape produced at this farm which involved counting grape bunches, assessing berry size and set (how well the bunches develop) and looking for botrytis rot. There is a clone garden at this farm created using virus free clones. The information gathered can then be used to see which clones can produce more ...
... happening scene for the youth of Hermanus. I regale them with exotic tales of Africa and try to persuade them that hitch-hiking is in fact not a life-threatening activity. I also unfortunately have to try and engage with conversations about the latest sports-ball event. I don't think I navigate these conversational waters particularly successfully, mainly because I call everything "sports-ball". ...
... to say the least. We first went to Fairview where it was only R25 (~4$) to taste 7 wines and 6 different types of cheese. To me, most of the wines tasted the same when comparing the reds together and the whites together. I learned that I am most defiantly a white wine kind of girl, but unfortunately there are more reds than whites. After strolling around Fairview and looking at the beautiful scenery – and taking millions of pictures – we then headed to our second ...
Our first stop today was at Cape Agulhas. This is Africa's southernmost point and is where the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean meet. While here we also visited the lighthouse which was built in 1848. My trusty partner Karyn, climbed the first three sets of almost vertical stairs but couldn't bring herself to climb the last long ladder ...
... bay, simply too windy to entice any desire of exploration, along with the pool table, are rewarding riches we claim ours. Sole inhabitants, we move in, though only for the night, with an assurance that shows that we will be staying a while.
‘When we move back to Canada, I’m getting a pool table... if we have room of course,’ announces Tristan, but before he can explore the thought much further, I make the mistake to mention prices ...