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... up hill – damn). The views were wonderful and with the kindness of some of the security guards at the entrance to the wineries I was able to follow a 5k route in a loop rather than having to re-trace my steps.
After a pleasant alfresco breakfast it was onto the bus and off to our first visit of the day – Reyneke Organic Wines. Here Johan Reyneke is one of the few registered Biodynamic wineries in the Cape. A ...
... Site listing, and have now individually been declared as national heritage sites.The careful management of these unique sites is a clear priority if the site is to be preserved and sustainably utilised.
The world-renowned Sterkfontein Caves is home to the oldest and most continuous paleaontological dig in the world. It is also the site of discovery of the famous pre-human skull affectionately known as "Mrs ...
... I still wasn't fully recovered, though, and exhausted from fighting the infection, so we went to bed early, agreeing to check out the college town scene (Stellenbosch is home to the University of Stellenbosch, one of the best universities in South Africa) the next night.
The next morning, March 14 (Day 79), we explored Stellenbosch. The city is very cute, filled with cafes, gourmet restaurants and boutiques, as well as ...
... to keep record of secret meetings. It's a very controversial sight because there are some who think the names should be erased but even if you erased those names apartheid still happened.
At this sight we were able to explore the surroundings for about an hour or so before heading back to Stellenbosch. This past weekend was great fun but we missed one of our AIFS travelers who went back to America on Monday.
tschüss! (Bye in German)
... proud of himself) got very good at identifying flavors within the wine - and the cheeses were delicious. We started off with a Sauvignon blanc and plain creamy goat cheese and then moved through the whole spectrum. The best cheese was the fairview with cranberries, which we decided to buy, and my favorite wine was the Shiraz. After about 8 glasses its hard to remember exactly except that it was pretty fun. The last one we tried on the way out so mike could try his hand again ...