Gable Manor Guest House
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... The photo of the solar bottles, taken at the restaurant, shows what lengths South Africa is going to to conserve energy; they have nuclear and coal power, with nuclear supplying 6% of power, a lot of which is exported to neighbouring countries.
Always trying to find us new experiences, Brad took us to the Cheetah Outreach Trust. Cheetahs are threatened with extinction due to the presence of other large predators and conflict with livestock and ...
... our friends suggested which were very good.
The "farm" think is that you are encouraged to walk the gardens and fields where they grow everything for the restaurant as well as vineyard's for their own winery. So we did that and also stopped into the "farm shop" where they have a bakery, a wine shop, a cheese shop, a ...
... offerings in the region.
Staying in Stellenbosch for longer than a couple of days becomes a challenge in trying to discover something new and even the biggest wine lover can taste so many wines before you desire for some distraction.
After an exhilarating first week discovering the treasures in town and visiting some of the wine farms, I shifted gears from that exhilirating, ...
After a few days traveling south from the Namibian boarder we got to the beautiful town of Stellenbosch. The town is the 2nd oldest settlement in South Africa (Cape Town is the oldest) and is surrounded by hills including Table Mountain in the far off distance. The main attraction of Stellenbosch was the much anticipated wine (and cheese!) tasting tour. While traveling south through South Africa we ...
... that induces peace immediately. The elegant valley sweeps up to gently peaking mountains. Vineyards dot the valley and fields glow in various colours as the sun illuminates the beauty before us. We feel perfectly at peace. Perfectly at home. We could live here. Our memory was not inflated; it really is as beautiful here as we remember.
Our tour guide arrives to start our tour by talking about the passion of the vines. He is ...