Constantia White Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ed As the dryness snapped And silence found its voice In every veld noise. Quite still, concentrating hard; Was it the slither of a lizard Or a bird passing lightly by? I couldn't hear it clearly... But, the sound of the cricket, I knew. By Helen ...
... also went swimming in the ocean and I came out smelling fishy, literally! Haha also the ocean is very very salty. The sand here is white. Jaxson thought it was snow. The sand here is smooth and soft because the waves crash on the beach so much. I can hear the waves crashing on the beach, it's awesome!!! Anyway that's my first day in Africa. :) - ...
... that 'detergent should be involved!'. [Layering Axe over the stink also does not count - one of Connor's short cuts!] She rightly does not want to be travelling with a group of stinky boys.
We laughed at the airport about how our kids will have a culture shock when faced with kids from other SA schools in the camps - there are apparently boys from Hilton College and Pretoria Boys High on the trip. Lots of short hair, tidy clothes and 'yes sir', ...
... clicking my camera shutter as we rose and spun. (Back on solid ground, a day later, I was glad I did as a couple of the pictures are really worthwhile.)
Once at the top (and breathing normally again) the morning sun lights the horizon spanning panorama surrounding you and gives a literally "on top of the world" sensation.
Modest height fencing and low walling keeps you safe yet does not hinder the views down the mountain. Before ...
... wine talk with Andre, the resident wine maker, he invited everyone in the winery to step outside for a "Sabrage", a technique for opening a Champagne bottle with a saber as once promoted by soldiers in Napoleon's army (to impress the local ladies). As we walked to the parking lot, Andre handed me a 30" saber.
While I'm thinking that he's just letting me carry it for him, he begins to describe the procedure ... for ...