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... over! I do not know what the chef did to this bite but it was a taste explosion. I cannot begin to explain what this tasted like but I almost kissed the waitress when she brought over the second order. Dessert was a layered ice cream dish with a whiskey cappuccino foam on it that was a delightful end to a fantastic meal. Did I mention the pork belly?
Now you may be wondering, wasn't P feeling a little under the weather? How did ...
... plus eight dogs and Stefanie the supervisor. As you can imagine it is
really crowded. There is not a single minute you can be on your own. There are always
people surrounding you. It is quite exhausting but also nice to meet so many
new people from different countries (but actually just Germans!). So, my first
day, what did I do? We walked to the seaside and meet a real ...
... each line Yo, my name is Joe, (pushing a button with your right hand) And I work at a button factory, One day my boss came up to me, And said yo man, Are you busy man? I said no man, So push that button with your left hand (add pushing button motion with left hand to right) REPEAT for left foot, right foot, head, bum Final verse: Yo, my name is Joe, (pushing a button with all parts) And I work at a button factory, One day my boss came up to me, And said yo man, Are you busy man? I said yes ...
... another town with pockets of remaining Victorian/Edwardian/Dutch architecture. It is very strange being in Africa and seeing such buildings even though we have seen something like it in Kenya it stills seems out of place and sometimes we have to pinch ourselves that we are here. Altho it is blatantly obvious when you drive past the ramshackle shanty towns and see how the majority of the population still live. It's very sobering. Our B&B, Adley House, ...
... on where the wines came from and what their tastes were. I learned that when you go wine tasting it is better to taste white wines first because tasting the bitter red wines can taint your taste buds. Fairview was also interesting because they had some traditional wines that are most popular to South Africa and then they had wines that were exclusive to their estate. The wine was amazing and the cheese was to die for. ...