Bellevue Manor Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... on to the festivities! We learned the 5 (or six) steps to wine tasting. Why do people need to make it so complicated? Open up and down the hatch! We all know how it ends, I dont need to do a full analysis before sipping ...
... a bit of fun for us!
We had a walk around and a coffee, and I was introduced to the South African Dassie which looks a bit like a cross between a guinea pig and a beaver. They live on the mountain and were quite happy to be up close amongst the tourists.
We did see people walking down on our way up but we were definitely getting the cable car down as a treat! It took 1hour 15 mins to get up and only about 10 minutes to get down in the rotating car. It did feel ...
... the many beach front cafe's and it was time for me to have a bottle of my favourite Savannah Dry and shared a plate of chips. Can't beat them by the sea....
Before we headed home we drove a short distance to Mykonos. We got there and I honestly felt like I'd arrived in some kind of Greek town or resort. White buildings, Greek style lettering, an Aphrodite statue and a casino just to make sure. We'd only driven what felt like up the road and we could have been in ...
... beautiful sharks gliding around the boat from the top deck. We watched as 9 different sharks visited the boat throughout the few hours we were at sea, ranging from about 2m to the biggest being almost 4.0m. I was shocked at the variations in colour of each, from black to almost tan. We watched as they attacked the bait line and rubbed up against the cage. The crew also keeps track of the sharks to help track them with research groups, so we helped with ...
... had an awesome lunch at the winery, then a tour of the winery. Then off to class where Belinda taught us about wine and of course wine tasting. I guess I have no class because the least expensive wine was my favourite. but then I like baby duck.
After the winery we had an informative tour of the town of Stellenbosch. A very pretty quaint town