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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... using discarded Zimbabwean currency he'd found - some of the notes said "One Trillion"! Hope the MYR doesn't go that way!
Lunch was at Lemon Butta at the Village Square. We had a good table by the window - and yet another fab meal. The super cheerful waitress enthusiastically approved all our food and drink choices. For starters we shared a tuna sashimi (done quite differently and served on flatbread), grilled calamari and fishcake. V had a humongous king ...
... close enough to where we could brush the teeth of a man-eating shark was a good idea. I threw out a few facts that I think are accurate (or at least sound good). For example, in the United States, the annual number of people who drown is 3,306, whereas the annual number of shark fatalities is 1. People bite other people in New York City alone 10 times more often than sharks bite people worldwide. Wasps kill more people (100 every year) and falling coconuts are even more ...
... from SA for R40 a glass! Needless to say, and with lots of ice, a glass lasted a whole evening!
We are officially bereft without our Landy now, and have started planning the next leg. It may be a lot sooner then we had originally planned!
... so far, it has just about everything we could ask for, wildlife, walks, nice restaurants, beaches, mountains and a wine region on the doorstep. Just need the sun to stay out and the wind to drop! We are already planning on staying here longer, but we will make that decision tomorrow, once we know what's happening with the whale watching tour which I fear will be cancelled again. Song of the Day - Walk on the Wild Side by Lou Reed. (Tribute to Lou Reed who died on ...
... right whales visit Walker Bay from June through to December when the world’s only Whale Crier blows his kelp horn to alert the town when the whales are spotted. The whales use the sheltered bay to calf and it is not uncommon to see pods of 50 or more in the peak months, with whales occasionally coming as close as 50 metres to the cliffs. Highly recommended is the 'Hermanus Wine Wander' in the nearby beautiful Hemel and Aarde valley, which ...