Dunstone Country House
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... like I was doing squats for every step I was taking.
While the difficult hike is offset by the amazing views, I really, really, REALLY struggled for the first half an hour. I'd tried downing Powerade, I had a terrible service station hamburger, I was drinking water, everything I could think of to distract me from the intense full-body hangover pains. The one day I actually wanted to try and set a time.... *******nit Ben!
Anyway, after about 30 mins of ...
... harvest festival was being held at the Bosman’s farm this year. The lawns were transformed with tables and chairs, food stalls, a brilliant band playing and other local cellars were also there with their wines. It was such a great day and an amazing atmosphere, a great way to end my time there.
Now to leave the beauty of the Boland which I have grown to love and go explore the country!
... what all lives in the freezing cold water. We saw purple and red urchins, orange and red anemones, blue, green & red starfish. I'm always fascinated by what we find right on the beach. We picniced at a beach where a really big pool wall had been built where the water is always slowing moving in and out, but it has a chance to warm up for people to swim in, there were about 30 kids having a blast in it and it was quite a bit warmer than the ocean. The point ...
... fermentation. The cellar has begun to fill quite quickly now with most tanks full of wine. There was a huge amount of grapes arriving on one day due to the harvest being delayed and the sugar content of the grapes rising so quickly due to a sudden heat wave, and so the cellar had to adapt to take all these in in one go.
I also started a project to make signposts for each block of vines on each farm. This is when I realized quite how many vineyards the ...
... may be due to it being a hard language to learn or because the staff here find it funny to teach us incorrectly as a joke.
My first weekend in South Africa was spent in Cape Town visiting the Waterfront, an area full of interesting shops, restaurants and street entertainment. I went to Robben Island to visit the prison where Nelson Mandela spent a large amount of his imprisonment. The tour consisted of an ex-prisoner taking us around, ...