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... cheeses, but missed one of the cheeses we wanted so we ended up with 11. Was a really good lunch, we sat and ate and talked and laughed for a couple of hours. Was really nice to be able to sit there with my aunt and go through family stories and history, I really enjoyed the opportunity.
We took a look through the shop at Fairview and bought some things to take home to eat. Three bottles of wine, some cheeses and a nice loaf of bread.
We were thinking ...
... middle aged men who had seriously converted to being native Africans and spent their days hanging out wearing feathers in their (thinning) hair, painting their face,carrying spears and wearing goat skin traditional dress. Even more cringeworthy was that instead of getting the traditional facial tribal scarring one guy had just drawn them on with felt tip. Did they just wake up one day and think "I'm sick of this being European business, I think I will be a Zulu from now ...
... are very well known, neither cape is actually the southernmost point in Africa; that is Cape Agulhas, approximately 150 kilometres (93 mi) to the east-southeast.
... hate admitting it. I liked Cape Town especially after a few days, but I didn't love it or feel an urge to live there as I thought I might. However, I think it could be different if I were to go back again and spend time with someone who lived(s) there. I arrived to CT late at night, which is never ideal since I like to see a city or town in the daylight to get a feel for it and get my bearings vs waking up to the unknown. Fortunately, the hostel I stayed at made me feel ...
... him on the Steenberg Estate in Tokai at the Sixteen82 Bistro for a wine
tasting. A superlative hostess regaled us with stories about the sauvignon’s, c******nays and range of reds that we tasted but these were not rivalled by the charmed history of the estate whose owner was the first woman in own a farm in the Cape in 1682, the fabled and much-widowed Catharina Ras - the other after Clicquot. The farm, Steenberg – adjacent to Constantia, the oldest vineyard in ...