Auberge La Dauphine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tasting and had to quickly run back before the bus left! Was the wine already starting to affect us? The second winery on our stop was Holden Manz, a bigger winery set in extravagant grounds. Here we sampled 5 more wines and liking the majority of them, we bought a port called good sport (you can not call it port as its not from Porto, see what they've done?) and a merlot (only £2.50!). Here we met a German couple and 2 northerners who would now be our ...
... mean 2.5 metre Great White that menacinglycruised past the cage, then back, before swimming off. Maybe I was just being paranoid, but I was convinced he had his beady eye on me! On getting out to finally let someone else have a go, I discovered that Jackie had seen the sharks and had tried unsuccessfully to take a couple of photos. We then hung around on deck, eating cheese sandwiches and watching the occasional shark attack the bait, before we headed back to shore. I ...
... t like that. This is better! We travel a lot and I do not think we have been anywhere more beautiful than here. Austria gives it a run for its money, but when you consider that Franschhoek is not only beautiful, but also has fantastic weather and some of South Africa’s best wines and food, it knocks Austria off the map as a contender.
As we descend the mountain, my mind is recognizing where we are. I make a guess that the entry ...
Border crossing between Namibia and South Africa the easiest yet. On the South African side there weren't even any forms to fill in - they just scanned your passport, put a stamp in it, and job done. Why can't it be this easy for every border crossing?
Stopped the first night in South Africa about 2km across the border (Fiddlers Creek) on the Orange River. Nice camp ground and nice river to swim ...
... years ago and home of South Africa's most prestigious university. Period buildings and historic streets reinforce the town’s dignified atmosphere. We have time to explore this delightful town before enjoying a fascinating cellar tour and tasting at the award-winning Boschendal Wine Estate. Tonight we’ll enjoy a typical South African BBQ or Cape Malay Buffet dinner at our hotel.
Hic! Fantastic day today. This is a truly ...