I was very glad to notice that the old familiar stink of "Smellington" was no longer a threat! At least not for the 10 days that we stayed there. In my youth we always used to affectionately call it "Smellington" because of the stench from the tanning factory. I don't really know much about Wellington other than that it used to have a fantastic public swimming pool about 20 years ago. I know because I used to attend it regularly when I lived there for a short stint as a teenager! If you weren't afraid of heights you could test your metal on the 3 stage diving boards! Perhaps it still exists? Wellington is well situated acting as a gateway town to Bainskloof and Citrusdal and the Swartland, 10-15 minutes from nearby Paarl and very well located to the R44 which is a great road if you want to skip the often busy roads of Paarl to reach either Agter-Paarl or indeed Klapmuts, Simondium, Stellenbosch, Durbanville or even Cape Town! We weren't really visiting Wellington, we were visiting family who live there, so I can't really give any other information on the town as it wasn't our priority! Still it has definitely moved on up in the world since I was last there over 20 years ago!