Apple Tree Guest House
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... wine for pre-dinner drinks was averted. The store was on a strawberry farm so we stocked up on giant strawberries as well. Our long day’s travel ended at a luxurious hotel in Stellenbosch in the heart of the wine country.
We have incredible rooms – 2 story apartments with kitchen/lounge downstairs and ...
... like a puppy. So I am taking the plunge. One last curtain call. A couple of years ago I rambled around the Philippines and then went on to India to rekindle memories of Goa. While I was there I bumped into some hardened "India Heads" who'd lost their passports half a century ago and never made it home. So now it's the final countdown. One last low budget experience. I have neither the interest or inclination to visit temples or museums. I just want to "hang out" and be forced out of ...
The conceirge recommended Lemon Butta, so we checked it out. Our waiter Zach, was very charming and had a great sense of humour. We had a bottle of white wine with a massive seared tuna steak (for $15 CDN), grilled crawfish, tuna nigiri, and calamari strips. Our entire dinner including tip was $70 CDN. I think I have gained at least 5 lbs simply because the cost of food is so incredibly reasonable in South Africa and Namibia.
... in a town for the next trip going out of that town, so all in all I only planned about 3 days ahead for most of the time. Towards the end I had to plan further in advance as we had set dates and planes to catch.
We usually stayed in a town for 3 days, the first was our travel day, the second Daniella would chill out and I would go exploring and the 3rd day we would both go out together and explore. During the day we just snacked and then had a full meal for ...
... by a hat-clad sommelier and guide who called himself G-lord on our mission to drink our way through the Western Cape.
We started out in the morning at in the Durbanville region at a vineyard called Altydgedacht, which is as difficult to pronounce as it is to spell. The first tastings started out around 10am, which is slightly early to be having wine. But what the heck, it's always 5pm somewhere, right? The Durbanville area is ...