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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Livesey Lodge Hermanus
Travel Blogs from Hermanus
... whales to kill as they floated when killed and were found near shore – this naming source is plausible but not proven). There were no whales around when we were there alas.
This was by far the swankiest hotel of the trip so far with a lovely pool and spectacular views out over the bay. I was lucky to be on this trip as I was late to book and on the waiting list. Thanks to S and L chatting about this it was decided that S ...
... still going strong), made up a high lift jack bracket for the rack, along with ammo box and jerry can brackets, and placed the second spare wheel on it.
We discovered early on that it's very difficult to take a tyre off a Landy rim in the bush, due to a double ridge on a Defender mag wheel, so we are taking a second spare wheel and rim along. A bracket was also made for the ...
... we requested. We just have too much luggage and bags for an upper level room. Francois' lovely wife Theresa greeted as well before heading out. After settling into our room we decided to go back out to the beach area to see more whales and see if the festival was still going on. By the time we arrived most venues and booths were packed up. We ended up people watching and listened to a a group of latin ...
We booked our trip with Shark Lady nearly two weeks ago. It's a popular
excursion for tourists so we had to book well in advance. The tour company
picked us up at 8am for our two hour drive to the east. We haven't been in this
direction yet, so I was excited for some new scenery. It was another gorgeous
coastline drive, up mountains and through the Winelands. Definitely worth
staying awake for.
... monster circled the boat but didn’t fall for the bait.
A cage was positioned in the water on the side of the boat for us to float in and when the crew saw a shark approaching they would shout out which direction to look in and we’d plunge our faces underwater to catch a glimpse. The visibility was not too good so we couldn’t see them coming but once they were there, you couldn’t miss them. One shark attacked ...