Angala Boutique Hotel And Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Franschhoek
... 66% C******nay and 6% Viognier on the web site! Lees rubbing (according to the New World Wine Maker site, a technique where the settled grape lees are mixed with the juice again to increase flavour) for four days. The wine is then racked and fermented in French oak, 33% of which is new. 50% goes through natural fermentation, malolactic fermentation was in barrel along with batonage and aging on lees for nine months. This is their ...
... blue sky without a cloud, a ribbon of highway climbing up into the mountain range through foothills of wild flowers, Wild Erica, much like heather colouring the hillside and rock varying in colour from grey to ochre, to red and muted brown. Deep valleys with rivers carving a path, steep cliffs then down to the valley and onto the flatlands where one is surrounded by majestic mountains on all sides. Crossing ...
... Our lovely driver Yusuf then recommended that we go into Stellenbosch for a few hours and we are so glad that we did. The town centre has a real buzz to it and we enjoyed just having a wonder around. We finished the day with a light dinner at Ernie Els restaurant - the C******nay and honey sorbet finished the day off nicely! Thank you Sarah and Darren - we had a great ...
... the lady next to me had to help me out. Miraculously we won 150 rand and decided we had sufficiently beaten the system and left victorious. We promised Pat we would give our winnings away and so like the late great Robin Hood we stole from the rich and gave to the poor... the childrens home that we have so fallen in love with during our time in SA.
We spent a few of our last days with the Children at the childrens home and gave them ...
... we are happy with everything. We gush about Sensei and are pleased that he’s taken the time and courtesy to speak with us. See why we love Franschhoek? These sorts of things happen here! It’s a wonderful part of the world.
Later on in our meal, the same thing happens again, but this time it’s his wife and she wants to show us her driftwood Christmas tree that she’s managed to finally get lights put on. We leave ...