Fynbos Villa Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">The whales inspired Laine to write a new song:
Down by the Whale Way
All along the Cape Route
See the lolling whales
All in a row.
... theirs away. Then followed a white Sauvignon Blanc and a C******nay. Jackie poured some of her C******nay away, sacrilege! This wasn't repeated. On to the reds, a Pinotage, which the old boy loved, then we were asked if we wanted to try their award winning Syrah, Bordeaux blend or both? Both, obviously. I needed it because even at this early stage one of the English/Canadian women was annoying the hell out of me. I think she turned her nose up and made a silly face ...
... rusty metal shack built haphazardly on top of another one, and said, with a smile on his face, "we build our own mansions here." He went on to express his philosophy that "you gotta look forward, not back, and everything will be okay." Not only was this man's spirit encouraging and astonishing; it seemed to perfectly embody the infectious happiness that was present in everyone throughout the township. Despite their struggles ...
... if you buy enough. Well, Nate the Canadian from Winnipeg was happy to oblige; he bought a whole bunch of wines including a 1967 vintage, which was enough to bring out the star power for a handshake and some photo ops.
By this point in the day, we were all quite giggly, even the German guys (and have you ever heard German men giggle?) and we headed back into Cape Town. Two of our group had places they needed to be, but the rest of ...
... Garden was founded in 1913 to preserve the country’s unique flora and what makes it so famous worldwide today is that only indigenous plants are cultivated here! Interesting facts!
The place was deserted at this time of day as Michel and I followed one of the many trails while I admired along the way the beautiful ...