Avondrood Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
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... of wine to me as I lay on a lounger by the pool (I did swim, honest!).
The evening party was slow to get going but turned into a very pleasant affair with plenty of eclectic wine choices and a good buffet spread. We sat outside on the garden by candle light at a balmy temperature. We were told that this was unusual as it is often too windy or cool at this time of year so we were doubly blessed. I even saw a shooting ...
... that make me feel so safe and supported, the blue sky and fluffy clouds blanketing me in a caress of loving nurturing and the European feel of small shops and streets filled with the smell of fresh coffee and the sound of making memories worth keeping.
Having nothing forces you to be creative and each day I would take a different route, discovering something spectacular which no-one in the tourist information centre either knowing about, or willing to share it with ...
... the corner we hit the jackpot. Amazing little place, sat in the garden, had pancake filled with roasted butternut, cream cheese, biltong and caramelized onions. Hmmmmm! Shared a piece of cheese cake. All very healthy. I forgot overnight about my sore tummy from over eating. We drove through fields of canola, stunning, yellow rolling fields. The countryside is amazing. Then packed the car and set off on my next adventure, my amazing race. Well I ...
... my three glasses and this on top of his. He was probably feeling tipsy by now but wasn’t’ showing it. Hehehe!
Since this place was also a restaurant and since it was lunchtime, we ordered something to eat which I rapidly ate because I desperately wanted to go outside and wander around. After all, why waste my ...
... Heaven! In the first winery we got asked “You guys are from Cape Town, right?”, so clearly the pourers like a drink as much as the customers. After two wineries we were certainly getting into the swing of things, so much that we decided to drive onto a third, by which point we were maybe enjoying ourselves a little too much; nothing to do with the wine, of course. Our favourite wines were from a vineyard called Haute Cabriere and of course the aptly-named Porcupine ...