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... br> the last day I am working at my internship work place where I have been working
the last 5 months, but with more mixed feelings I am preparing myself for next
Monday, the last day that I will be working for Siyakhathala. Although I am happy
with the period of less hectic experiences and stressful working days to come,
and exited to see my family and friends again, I can’t imagine to no longer be
... well developed legs. Red fruits and minty eucalyptus on the nose and some oak notes at the end. Rich dark plum and blackberry on the palate with some length and spice.
Alas, the Icon wine was not available for tasting but a fine selection of wines for our inaugural tasting.
A short ride from the Winery down amongst the vineyards was the Steenberg Restaurant also called Caterina’s. Here the chef Garth was to treat us ...
... I had held back tears all day and suddenly I realised I may not see those kids every again and the fact I am leaving on Saturday hit me too. Very emotional day. Wednesday night usually is brass bell night. But like I said the week before it was movie film night. So we pre drank then went to Cape to Cuba for the night which was really fun. My last cape to Cuba as well. Lots of lasts the next few days. 6 weeks is just not long enough. Anyway, an amazing day - one that I know I will never ...
... we are planning to go there and see. We passed the township after that, the houses were made of anything they could find, it made me feel blessed to have so much of what I want. We started down the coast after the township. The coast is my favourite of the whole ride. Mom says that some people are drawn to the mountains and others are drawn to the sea, I am definitely drawn to the ...
... Gratuities for this service are at your own discretion. All of these petrol stations that we stopped in had extremely clean restrooms.
Petrol prices are fixed and controlled by the government. Gas was about $5.50 per gallon. When traveling through some of the more sparsely populated areas petrol-station are scarce and were often 60 miles apart. Always fill up when the tank is half full.
The general speed limit on national highways, urban freeways ...