Aside from mistakenly calling it Port Alfred all the time, there’s not much else I can tell you about this place. It’s a random town in the middle of scenic nowhere. The only reason we stayed here was because I booked a place that was “half way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth on our drive back from PE (really that's how I found it, I googeld the half way point and I was pointed here).
On a side note, it really is a wonderful place and I wish I could’ve stayed for more than just one night. There were a few interesting shops on the main strip and Hanna managed to find the cutest red angora wool fishermans beanie.
"Nature did not put whales on this earth to splash kids while stuck in a pen" - Jane Velez-Mitchell
My girlfriend LOVES Hermanus, she really does. With that being said we never need much of an excuse to head out onto the open the road and make our way down there. Luckily it is only an hour and half drive out of Cape Town.
“This is a pretty and singular town; it lies at the foot of an enormous wall (the Table Mountain), which reaches into the clouds, and makes a most imposing barrier. Cape Town is a great inn, on the great highway to the east.” – Charles Darwin
What to say?, it's Cape Town, home of the mountain dwellers, where the Atlantic meets the Indian ocean (jokes, that's Cape Agulhas), the SE most point of Africa.
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