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RED WINE! Let's say it together…. "RED WINE!" Today was our full day winelands tour.
I did not realize that South Africa has had its wine industry for over 300 years. Our guide today was Enrico, a native Cape May –ian? He is of mixed race (these are his words) and not connected to one of the tribes. He says the term for this is “colored” which would not fly in the USA.
We went ...
... and unforgettable experience. Each excursion they planned seemed to be the best one only to be followed by a better one. I'd have to say of my time here my highlights of things I did would be bungee jumping and finding my new favorite place in the world: Jeffreys Bay.
If I could do anything over again during my time I have a few things that I would have done differently. First, I would have gotten ...
Our adventures today led us to the Wine Lands! We had an hour and a half drive until our first stop at Fairview. The scenery was quite the sight. Fields and mountains could be seen for miles. We were trying to have a dance party in the van, but only Taylor and I were on board with that idea. "Lovefool" came on and it went from silence to us pretending like we knew the lyrics. (We did quite a good job making up words.)
When we arrived ...
... Our final stop was the actual Cape of Good Hope. This is thought by many to be the southernmost point of Africa, and the dividing line between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Neither claim is true. These points actually occur at Cape Aqulhasl, about 100 miles to the southeast. We took some photos, enjoyed the views, watched some ostriches, and later a couple of baboons.
After returning to Cape Town, ...
... lady (who told us she was from Namibia), served us our menus which advised that no alcohol would be served here and that we were welcome to use "God's implements" to eat. We could live with that and enjoyed our meal. During the meal two things happened. The two men left and a couple of men appeared, leaning against the restaurant wall outside. More men appeared later with no apparent objective other than standing around and talking. I tried to imagine what they were doing ...