Chapman's Peak Bed and Breakfast
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... yoghurt, burnt orange reduction, coriander seed & almond praline
Steenberg Shiraz 2012
We were sat at a long table (there were 25 of us!) and a group of poorly trained and uncoordinated waiting staff did their best to serve all the allocated wine to about half the table before the second course was served. Luckily my sparky neighbour, who was also on the tour in Chile, was not prepared for this nonsense and ordered ...
... looked beautiful and was such a nice tattoo. We then went to this random Italian restaurant and had such a nice meal. The guy serving us was so Italian and like was yelling out our orders to the chef from our table haha. It was such a nice day! Then I had to go home and say goodbye to Alison. It was horrible I was sobbing . Alison has been my rock here. She was the first person I met at the airport and we've done everything together since. She was so similar to me and ...
... the usual windy beach was very inviting. We strolled along among the rocks at the northern end exploring the rock pools which had been left as the tide receded .
From here we drove along Chapman’s Peak, a steep route back into Cape Town clinging to the side of the cliffs with fantastic views over the ocean. We stopped at a picnic spot about halfway along where we ...
... fillet with potato wedges (for the first time ever), had wine and then ate V&A crème burlee for desert.
Getting back into my hotel room, I noticed some issues within my room. I noticed that my tv counter had a puddle of water which was from the iron I requested prior to leaving for dinner but I put it flat on the counter not knowing it was full of water. Then, I went to shower and noticed that my shower didn’t close entirely ...
... learned was incorrect, something that very much piqued my interest. I’d heard this in many different forms, both as criticism of American education and of the Bantu Education Act, which insisted blacks and whites be educated separately. I’ve had quite a few conversations about where the truth lies in education; after all, don’t the winners record the history?
Another interesting ...