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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 ...
... to carved window frames and very educated and informed (and beautiful) staff.
The Cabernet-Sauvignon was exceptionally good, but what I'll remember long after I've forgotten about the taste of the wine is learning new 'Afrikaans' (my native language) words spoken in this region.
'Mopgat' (translated to mop hole), is the common name in this region for a dung hill, a 'gottabeentjie' used for elbow and 'poegoe' another slang word which I can't remember how it ...
... hope will make it home in my checked luggage without breaking. Transporting liquids used to be so much easier when you could take them carry-on. I ate the rest of my leftover food as lunch at the hostel, and then boarded the airport transfer van to the Windhoek airport. I suppose if I'd been more motivated, I might've woken up early to fit in some more sightseeing, but honestly, I couldn't be bothered. I've seen and done so much on this ...
... 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 ...