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... and doing the wine tasting, it was my first time. Now I can even say that my very first wine tasting experience was in Cape Town.
In this country, I like the fact that alcohol is very inexpensive! Even the wine at the vineyard we visited was only about $38 rands for a bottle of Merlot.
I was surprised to see the slums we drove past on our way to the vineyard. ...
... filled lives. It is exactly how Fremantle should be as a university town and just isn't. Great little boutique hotels and bars along with the full scale of restaurants from cheap digs to first class affairs right beside vibrant small business of all sort. No vacant shops here and the whole place a buzz with life and activity. The town is surrounded by "wine farms" the SA term for vineyards, and ragged mountains tower close by.
One of the less attractive hills ...
... of meats including kudu carpaccio biltong Kudu is a type of antelope and biltong is cured meat similar to jerky. The kudu was very good.
Just outside from where we sat was a patio area and with a golf mat to practice chipping, a bucket of balls and a few clubs. So Peter had to take a few swings. Peter had another wine tasting and I had a sip just to try it, but by that time I was ready for a nap. When Peter stepped away and came ...
Along the way we had a chance to feed an ostrich. Once Zoe and I got over our fear, it was really quite fun and exciting. After that Zoe had a chance to go to a scratch path, which is large store with gemstones spread over the floor that you could select from and take home in a bag. Zoe was in heaven.
The next day we went to Robben Island where Mandela and other political prisoners were held. He was on Robben Island for 18 of the 37 years he was in ...
... to Khayelitsha. Kensington was an amazing centre. They had
programs that would school children that couldn’t get to school or were too
young with nowhere to go during the day while their mom went to work. The kids