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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got up early and packed our cases, we were leaving Langebaan behind and heading to Stellenbosch. After a couple of nights enjoying wine country, from there we would leave for Cape to spend the remaining few days of our holiday. On our way we visited Babylonstoren, a place recommended to us by a guest who was staying at the lodge in Kruger. A lovely place with rows and rows of fruit trees, veg plots and so much more! Then it was ...
... and we sat in splendid isolation on a gorgeous windswept beach watching plovers chase the surf and whales jumping in the distance and then moved to a crescent bay on the lagoon for a picnic - there were only 2 other people on the beach. It was fabulous.
A bit of wildlife spotting later and we were racing the clock to get to the park gates before we got locked in at ...
We lazed around a bit this morning and had a very decent but late breakfast. We didn't get into the park until after 11am. We did the usual thing of avoiding roadside tortoises - the novelty still hasn't worn off!
The views of the lagoon were stunning, we were lucky it was such a glorious day.
First stop, the bird hide overlooking the lagoon. No end of waders and flamingos and gulls and terns and swallows. ......We stayed there for ...
An early appointment at the spa this morning for a much needed manicure before loading up the car and heading off.
First stop, Kirstenbosch botanical gardens in Cape Town. What a fabulous place! We had intended staying here 2 hours tops but it was 4 hours before we could drag ourselves out! I had wanted to drive past Sahara Park (Newlands) on our way north just to have my photo taken outside but we got a bit lost so had to bin that and get on the motorway. I'll come ...
... I am so glad we did – this is a little jewel on the west coast peninsula. The houses are all quaint and white and because it is cloudy it make the most adorable photos. We drive to Tietiesbaai now a park with an entrance fee of R14, 20 and wonderful wild flowers, camping space, many picnic spots and walking trails. After a few ...