Angala Boutique Hotel And Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... A lovely setting for this tasting outside under some parasols by a small lake and their old winery. After an interesting wine geek discussion on closures – cork, diem, Stelvin we went for a quick tour of the winery before moving on to a different destination for the continuation of our tasting and some lunch. Anthony, who was entertaining his main US importers, popped in to see us and thanked us for coming all this way ...
... we should only pay student rates to get in, when we got the tickets they were for Pensioners and Scholars, not sure we are scholars, was he trying to tell us something? The grounds of the estate were huge, more of a stately home visit it seemed as we admired manicured lawns, 300 year old Camphor and Oak trees, herb and rose garden. Wines ...
... 5 dollars American currency All the places so far are so hospitable, it's like living at home. Rooms are like a small cottage nicer than some people's homes. Mom if you are reading then this is the place we could come for 2 weeks and be treated like queens. Also there is everything from wine tasting to safaris and horseback ...
Today we are leaving Cape town and driving to franschhoek! This is the 'wine country' of south Africa. Once we got settled in our bed and breakfast, the plumwood inn, we drove out to two vineyards. The first was Stoney brook. They are famous for their C******nays. Which were very good! We sat at a little table out in ...
... PS: not much time to write these anecdotes, translate them and find photos among hundreds made everyday...so, you will get Cape Town 1, Cape Town 2 ... etc... like flowers 1, flowers 2... ahaha!! Roman, I am glad you contribute to the blog and I like your humour!! And, yes, I will admit my ignorance at so many animals, plants and places (see anecdote Nov 17, Oryx or Gemsbok?)...Hum... I should google more, but see, that is another problem... the internet! ...