Head South Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... This was a cool experience and really weird. There was also a penguin/seagull stand-off, which was fascinating. The penguin won.
After a short stop to see another of the Cape's beaches from a great vantage point by the side of the cliff-top road, we entered the nature reserve of the Cape of Good Hope itself. We had a picnic lunch, which Albert had put together himself and then got on our bikes to ride the 3 or 4 ...
... led astray when they took us in. Judy and Phil had to get back to the ship so we said our goodbyes for probably the 3rd or 4th time while I contemplated the lovelies before me … as much as the shop assistant tried, I resisted and said I would think about it.
One couple we met in a shop where I had a lovely time looking at the trade bead necklaces and then decided against buying them and making my own and I heard a ...
Today we were up really early (7am) to have an early breakfast specially prepared by the hotel owners for us as we were leaving early. Jo and Tom at Le Grosveneur hotel have been fantastic and nothing has been too much trouble. They are really doing well to impress us too, each day fresh flowers are littered across our bathroom towels, in the morning for breakfast they serve their own home made granola, bread rolls and their own juices made from ginger, apple and ...
... from an array of fresh produce to a selection of cheeses, cold meats, fresh meats and ranges of poultry that we never see in SA. The meat is very expensive but everything else the same as home. Tomorrow is our last day in the French country before we go to Tuscany for a week. We are all having the most glorious time and the peacefulness of this small village is a most remarkable experience.
... cargo containers and we could see various animal body parts (the medicine) hanging in the doorways. Despite this and the untidy tin housing, we were taken by the community spirit that we could feel. The children were playing in the street and one little boy ran up to Tom and gave him a big hug unexpectedly. People were barbecuing and selling street food as traditionally the migrant men could not cook for themselves. This is not to ...