Lavender Farm Guest House Franschhoek
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... the nose but still fresh and crisp on the palate with a citrus twist at the end.
What a great way to start the day!
And off we went to destination number two; just down the road was Allée Bleu. Named after the blue gum trees that line the avenue to the estate, this estate dating from 1690 was bought by the German Dauphin family in 1999. Producing fruits and herbs as well as wines and also having extensive conference and ...
22nd-29th April It was now just the three us and with no set itinerary for a week before our overland trip commenced we were free to do whatever we liked, whenever we liked, whoop whoop! The rough plan was to head back out to Stellenbosch but also see more of the Cape Town area. We left Camps Bay and headed south to the Cape of Good Hope which also allowed Pito to show us the most spectacular part of his ultra marathon route, Chapman's Peak. As you ...
... farms Lockerby and the present Boschendal.
Auberge Clermont was originally part of the farm Champagne, which was granted to Abraham de Villiers in 1694. He later also owned the farms Lockerby and the present Boschendal.
The farm has changed hands and names a number of times over the years, and is now owned by Chris & Su Everson. Interestingly, Su, whose maiden name is ...
... prick) and she wasn't wearing gloves!!! To us that was just crazy, handling possible HIV positive blood with no gloves... bleckk.
Anyway the clinic overall was awesome and hopefully Friday night will be fun hanging out with all the students!
Until tomorrow --
"Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfills the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things."- Winston Churchill
... so, we will enjoy those things.
The guys at the Chamonix tasting recommended Okamai, the Japanese restaurant at Glenwood estate. It sounds posh so we call to make a booking and then consult our Franschhoek map to guide ourselves there. We pass vistas of mountains and lakes and vineyards en route. We arrive to even more spectacular views from their parking area. Spectacular so too are the mosquitoes! Inside we rush to the safety of ...