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... things were. Numerous intertwined pathways were lined by low rock walls. A drinking fountain was centrally located, although refilling water bottles from it took a little skill. A relatively large restaurant serving full meals and quick snacks was nearby in a stone building. And the views were fantastic in all directions.
We ate lunch at the hotel, and in the afternoon I paid a visit to the Two Oceans Aquarium. It seemed rather small ...
Next was Tocara where we first had lunch at the Deli then a tasting. Had a good chat with the server, a student at Stellenbosch university.
Next was Delair, a very posh winery but amazing views, then to Neil Ellis to finish the day.
On the way home we grabbed some food (take away pizza for Rob) and spent the evening at the pool and balcony with our purchased wine. Great day in Stellenbosch, amazing wine ...
... beautiful green spot in the city surrounded by parliament, Museums and the Cathedral. All great constructions, The
architecture reflects British, Dutch ad African influences.
Our Final stop on this tour is the castle of Good Hope built in the
1700's by the Dutch East India Company. More a fortification but has some lovely pieces of furniture and china. Lots of South African History here including where Nelson
Mandela made his freedom speech. A great display on ...
... noise at the beginning) lives right on the corner of the two gangs territories. She has the Americans on the right, and the HLs on the left. She absolutely cannot leave her home while they are fighting. She can't even walk around her house really. She has to stay low to the ground. Bullets have gone through her windows and her walls before. We are all very, very concerned for her safety right now. Along with everyone else's.
The Americans are one of the ...
... of one class---half in English, half in Afrikaans.
One of the arguments that those ‘for’ teaching only in Afrikaans use is that Afrikaans is a language spoken by much of the population because in addition to the white minority, coloreds also speak it. What we learned in this class and through this documentary however, adds a necessary aspect. Basically this argument doesn’t hold because ...