Alluvia Wine Estate
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... up hill – damn). The views were wonderful and with the kindness of some of the security guards at the entrance to the wineries I was able to follow a 5k route in a loop rather than having to re-trace my steps.
After a pleasant alfresco breakfast it was onto the bus and off to our first visit of the day – Reyneke Organic Wines. Here Johan Reyneke is one of the few registered Biodynamic wineries in the Cape. A ...
... and hey we deserved it after that hike! hahah! We took the cable car down instead of hiking which was really nice. It was me, Colby, Julianne, Rob and Emily (not roommate Emily another Emily) who I traveled with in Cape Town! I know theres a million Emily's on this ship! We then went to dinner and had the best sushi ever!! And a free ice cream dessert cause the cook had a crush on Emily hahah...we then then jumped in a cab to go back to our hostel..We all changed ...
... by all of the choices. We loved each of the wineries we selected, though, and, once again, the wine was delicious everywhere we went.
The first winery we visited was still refurbishing from a fire it had experienced a few months ago, so we had to walk through one of the wine production rooms on our way to a temporary tasting room. We have been on winery tours before, and seen wine production in action via machines, but this ...
... br> The morning was chores morning; something we hadn’t had in a while. It involved getting a Mozambique Visa. We had everything we needed and walked to the embassy just 10 minutes down the road. All was going smoothly, the forms were filled in, the passports were taken and we were just about ready to pay with my credit card, when he gave us some bank details and said we had to go to the local bank and make a payment into ...
... smart board activity was superb and the kids loved it. Then we played a game where one student came up and sat on a chair at the front of the class. Then they chose a picture (which they couldn't see what it was) and held it up on their head for the rest of the class to see. Then the class had to DESCRIBE the image on the students head using ADJECTIVES. Brilliant? Yes I know. Unfortunately some of the time you can describe something without using ...