African Tides Guesthouse
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... social event on Sunday. I can't say I am that impressed with the place but a bit too late to change at this point.
By the time we come out the rain has stopped and we head back to Jo's home where she has organised a dinner party. We meet Justin's parents, Cliff and Laura and Jo's mum also attends as well as Audrey and Rod who arrive by Uber taxi, the first time they have tried ...
... Paarl and Durbanville.
Golden hue. Butter and pears on the nose. Crisp, buttery palate with more pears. Just a hint of botrytis with some honey and nutty notes.
3. Kleine Zalze Family Reserve Chenin Blanc 2013
A Platter’s 5 star wine of bush vine Chenin blended from three different Stellenbosch vineyards with different soils.
Lemon yellow. Sharp nose with lemons and pears. Peaches, pears and melon on the ...
... us, and love Georgey! And she loves to talk! We met a wonderful lady while waiting for Chad to pick us up. She told us all about her children and her life and asked as many questions about ours.
After Chad picked us up we went to our friends son's rugby practice and had beer and wine with tapas. The children ran around in bare feet, our boys played on the field after practice and they played at a park. Can you imagine sitting at your child's sport practice on a ...
... sauce instead!. Now you may recall me saying earlier that #1 spots sometimes go to new entrants and that titles are sometimes short lived. C supplemented the omakase menu with an order of pork belly. Now, I have heard many people talk about food-gasms. Much like trying to explain love to your kids (you will know it when you are in it), trying to explain a food-gasm is much the same...you will know what one is when you have had one. The ...
... before we had to go.
And why did we have to go? Because I was going shark cage diving! It was an absolutely perfect day for it - almost no wind and therefore no waves, sunny blue skies, not too cold, and the water had extremely good visibility. I went with Apex shark diving tours and they were fantastic - highly recommend. They take out twelve people at a time and our boat was full. There was a big group of people from the Maryland School of Art ...