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... marriage facing all of these challenges and triumphs is truly something that we will carry with us for the rest of our lives. As we transition from more comfortable European travel to the more foreign and exotic lands of Africa, India and South East Asia we could not be happier to be taking this journey together and cannot wait to share even more fun facts and useless (maybe useful) tidbits as we go.
Until Next Time…Bree & ...
(though I am sure some of you may have already forgotten who I am/was)
It seems this journey never ends.
Or somehow the magic book just keeps generating new chapters.
After those years of ambling across Asia and Africa, I've been hunkering down in Cape Town, and during the time put all the blog, travel notes and photographs into a real book: 'WHAT TIME IS THE BUS?'
That just seemed the only way to ...
... night we had our farewell dinner in a winery above the Olifants River, North of the Cedarberg mountains. Then repaired to our tents for the last time. This morning's drive took us through the picturesque Cedarberg mtns and then down across some sheep & wheat country very like the Wimmera before crossing undulating Swartland (which looked uncannily like the Western District! ) Arrived in CT ...
... astray. I entered the address of the accommodation but chose the wrong suburb. By the time we got to the military road I has selected it was very clear we were not in the right area. Luckily we got stuck in some traffic and I had a chance to actually look up the hotel and realise the mistake. Regan was able to a u turn and we headed back to the real location. I didn't mention the sign telling us that the area we were in was a high smash ...
... With no glasses to hand, pass the bottle quickly became the game to play - By now we were all class and wine etiquette was a distant memory.
Exhausted from our day all I can say is I survived. What an amazing day..
But it wasn't finished yet. Nope. No day is complete without a Braii (BBQ). Thanks to Lulu and Munzee for being brave enough to allow 9 intoxicated people to come and visit.
So there you have it. Wine tasting saffa style. Amazing! ...