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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hermanus
... chilli bread and salad.
JT's eldest sister and husband with their 3 children also arrived so by now we had circa 12 people for dinner and drinks and the evening came to a close around 1am and we all either headed to bed or home.
Tomorrow we are having a chilled morning in Hermanus before heading for some lunch up in the mountains and then a boat trip and 'Brai' on the boat!!!
... with ourselves, we made the decision to go to our next guesthouse and at least drop the bags off. We arrived at Mulligans guesthouse at 1.55pm and were shown to our 1st floor room. It was stunning, Jackie's 5 hour research the previous day had come up trumps. But to top it all, the balcony looked out over the 27th fairway and green of a magnificent golf course. The sun started to shine through the cloud and we were sheltered from the wind to the extent that I even took my shirt ...
... for a photo at the monument, then less than 20 minutes later, we were heading back the way we came. Just before Bredasdorp, we tried to interpret the map to cut across country and make up time to get to Hermanus. If we didn't arrive at the Guesthouse before 6.00pm, which was going to be touch and go, we were requested to ring them to so they could arrange extra cover. This ended in a bigger row, apparently we were both right! With an agreed route, ...
... Why not? Works for me. Anyway the sign was correct, we came upon a beach that had penguins. Not just a few penguins, but many, many penguins. Betty's Bay had more penguins than I had seen all week, far more penguins than Boulders Beach. Heck, we saw more penguins here than you can see in downtown Pittsburgh outside the hockey rink in January. By the way, the Jackass penguin is endangered. Just ...
... the usual topic for overlanders – “where and what next?” By some strange coincidence we established that the four of us shared a dream which Diana and I have had for some time which, when we had all done enough overland travel by vehicle, involved a different and probably more laid back form of travel – barging the waterways of Europe. Chris, being an engineer, had ideas about the sort of barge that he felt would make a good mobile home ...