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... mountain pass. On the bus a regular activity has been termed by Maree as "passing the buck". This consists of money being handed (from one person to another) back to Kaye (aka moffy - the minister of finance) and then changed passed back. Some days, the bus seems a flood with rand! The group was amused David’s turn of phrase of the historical origin of “Ida’s Valley” -the outcome of ...
My friends tell me that my car is qualifies as a museum piece. It has a bit of rust but it is a faithful warhorse and it does me just fine as a kayak and bike carrier.
I live a pretty hedonistic existence - my mornings are often spent cycling through the spectacular Cape mountain scenery or kayaking with the whales. Just occasionally I'm forced to take a wide berth around a salivating shark.
There's the ...
... our guide Colleen and the rest of the tour. What a bunch of dullards! There was a young chavvy English couple, who had brought along his deaf father as a 70th birthday treat, complete with his jacket and flat cap. A nice but boring Swedish couple with their 6 year old oriental daughter, we didn't like to ask where they got her from! An English/Canadian couple of old dears who looked like bags of s**t, but thought they were wine experts. Plus the Germans of which ...
... and the complete picture is much better than what you have seen.
I would like to thank Jan first of all for coming up with the idea that he would move back in with the boys and run my household while I am gone when I mentioned to him that I would love to have a break from my job and would love to show Daniella Europe and secondly that he said that I should go for it.
My biggest thanks however go to my aunt, Tante Trude, as she is the one that made this ...
... who we just heard passed away.
Fairview is a cheese farm as well as a winery, and our tasting was accompanied by a selection of goat and other cheeses. While nothing special by Quebec cheese standards (and yes, I'm aware how much of a cheese snob that makes me sound like), the cheeses were far better than the wrapped processed stuff that I fully expect to be eating for most of my camping safari trips. I bought some flavoured ...