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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... great place we were staying in. There was time on our last morning, before flying back to jo'burg, for a bit of adventure. We went back up Signal Hill and proceeded to jump off it with Paragliders strapped to our backs. The instructors were really good, and even let us control the gliders for a while, before cartwheeling us down to earth on the oceanfront. All of this was interspersed with frequent visits to Nando's, because Nando's is the only food worth eating... Pictures to be ...
Next was Tocara where we first had lunch at the Deli then a tasting. Had a good chat with the server, a student at Stellenbosch university.
Next was Delair, a very posh winery but amazing views, then to Neil Ellis to finish the day.
On the way home we grabbed some food (take away pizza for Rob) and spent the evening at the pool and balcony with our purchased wine. Great day in Stellenbosch, amazing wine ...
... huge they were very cute. Although rhinos usually make deep grunts, they also make these high pitched whining sound which are so funny coming out of such large animals. As we were leaving, the handlers were bringing the cheetah back and they let us watch as they walked her around the cheetah was feeling stubborn today so she waked a little ways and just lay down on the ground. We were so close to her that we could hear her purring, which was ...
... way and after a few stops Lungaysa left the girls to hang out with us. 2 hours and 15 minutes later, Alania nearly dying, and all of us running out of water we reached the top. It truly was a beautiful sight on the top of the mountain, and it hit all of us that we actually just scaled a mountain. We ended with a V and A Waterfront dinner at a fancy restaurant in the bay called "The Greek Fisherman", where I had Baby Sole, Calamari, and piri-piri ...
... an age long tradition that has the purpose of making you feel welcome among the people.
Then a dozen persons come over to meet you; they introduce themselves, they explain their role during the evening, they ask about you and query you about a little of everything. It is quite a social encounter.
The dinner is a buffet. Everything offered is African fare. We've eaten many things, some of which we are unsure of... But the boys ...