I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.


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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus South Africa

01 R320 S Western Cape ZA (1024x637)

The drive through the Overberg region (thanks Jonker), what I thought was the Little Karoo, was pretty but I was ready to return to the coast. The road I choose was only paved partway winding through vineyards.

02 Main house at Anchors' Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

I’d gone online to find a B&B in Hermanus that offered the internet provider I’d paid for. Then I just had to find Anchors Rest, located in a residential area a block off the coast.

03 Gate to room at Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (768x1024)

I stayed in a separate building…

04 Front yard at Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

…with my own private garden.

05 Room door at Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

Come on in.

06 Living room & kitchen at Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

This was a nicely furnished and spacious place.

07 Flowering tree at Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (768x1024)

Plus, right outside in the garden was a picnic table where I sat while online chatting with my honey and enjoyed…

08 Flower on tree at Anchors Rest B&B Hermanus Western Cape ZA (768x1024)

…this beautifully blooming bush. I looked forward to exploring Hermanus the next day. My host suggested the whaling museums.


Diane said...

That looks a really nice B & B and love the hibiscus. Diane

Johnny Nutcase said...

what a perfect little place to stay! how fun!

Janie said...

You certainly found some beautiful places to stay. The garden bloom is gorgeous, too.

Sally in WA said...

Another awesome B&B!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, what a nice place. Your own garden!

Firefly the Travel Guy said...

It looks like you discovered a great little place that offered you everything you wanted and lots of privacy. The flower is a hibiscus.

Elaine said...

Wonderful B&B! Not often you get such a nice little garden to go with, and especially one with such a gorgeous hibiscus.

eileeninmd said...

Gaelyn, you found a lovley B&B to stay in. I especially love the idea you had a separate building and entrance. And what a pretty garden for you to enjoy.

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