Evergreen Manor & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Vivian elected not to indulge in any wine tasting, and as the designated driver (and non-wine drinker) nor did I. We concluded our beautiful day drive at a site known for it's postcard view of Tabletop, but still no view or picture of the famous mountain.
Tomorrow no distinct plans, other than trying to get in some of the local sites of Cape ...
... fallen from the trees. I snapped quite few photos and then took Saundra’s camera and snapped photos for her too before her camera seized … apparently it does that from time to time.
After getting our fill of Baboons, on we went driving through a small township with one retailer selling huge black statues (polished soapstone ??) – they must have weighed a ton or two or three !!
Up the hill was ...
... That changed today.
Today we met Guy, an artist in Stellenbosch. He proudly displays his art from a small square tent pitched in the park. His paintings are filled with bright vibrant colours. His ethnic subjects a whirl of colour that brings them to life as they dance across his canvas. He happily allowed us to photograph some of his work, after we had completed the negotiations for one of his canvases. We enjoyed ...
... his enemies tried to crush him and his quest for the freedom we enjoy today.
Anthony Lake, on staff at UNICEF: The world has lost a hero and a champion for children .
And the editor of the Daily News: Never afraid to stand by his principles that all people of South Africa are one nation, that intrinsically men of all cultures, races and religion are good and that love and inclusivity is the solution for a battered, divided and broken nation.
... Both the coastal Whale route, which runs through small towns alongside crashing ocean views and the mountainous Route 62 are a better experience. They're not as refined and lack the highway specific amenities allowing for a better connection to the local scene.
Yesterday was our longest day of driving as we traveled from from Knysna to Stellenbosch down route 62 through mountains, shrubbery and tiny local towns. We expected a long grind of ...