Bellevue Manor Guesthouse
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... vines and economics: mixing their own spays from their compost is massively cheaper than buying expensive manufactured chemicals.
1. Organic White 2014
87% Sauvignon Blanc, 13% Semillon naturally fermented in stainless steel.
Clear with a lemon hue. Rich and grassy nose with some wet stone. Smooth with that soft start again. Palate was citrus with some minerality and length.
2. Biodynamic Sauvignon ...
... especially when he showed some video footage. One clip showed a cruise liner being thrown about in the sea, it was almost on it's side at one point, there was water all over the aft deck right to the top deck, not sure how the passengers were feeling. Another clip showed a freak was hitting a cruise liner it's height being about 26 metres high, imagine that. Also there was another story about a ghost ship which appears just about where we are now off the Cape of ...
... a winery near our guesthouse to eat. Some kid came up to us during lunch and asked if we were American. When we confirmed that we were, she said that she could tell by our accent because her mother is from Atlanta and she often visits her aunts and uncles in Georgia. Her mother then came to "rescue" us from her daughter, and we ended up having a wonderful conversation about South Carolina and Georgia for a while. The mother had married ...
... both got a seafood platter for our main with consisted of half a crayfish, sweet chilli king prawns and mussels in a garlic white wine sauce with some rice. And it was finished and made a perfect meal with a crème brulee. OMG; what a meal – I hope the pictures do it justice!
We then went for a short wander around town before jumping into a minibus taxi back to our hostel. That evening, mainly due to being rather ...
... they do here called Market day, where students pay R7 (about 0.70 cents) and in groups of 2,3 or 4 they have a stall where they sell stuff for an afternoon after school. The main requirement is that their product be home made. The day is for May 10th so I get to be here for it! Students from grade 4 to grade 7 can participate.
All told, an excellent start to my third week!
Nothing much to report for today. Cathi ...