Le Manoir de Brendel Estate
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to find out it was closed until 10 am.
Our first wine stop was a Relais and Chateaux property, Delaire Graff. Phenomenal! Art, and gardens. Then across the highway to Takara - free wine tasting and a newer wineyards. Richard thinks we have sampled this before. Then Boschendal, an original 1684 estate. By then it was time to find lunch. La Motte was closed on Mondays so made our way to Grand Provence where there was a car ...
... parted ways with Glen and Crissie today to do our own thing, we spent the day around the city including V&A waterfront where we mooched through markets, went on a Ferris wheel for a great view of Cape Town and drooled over the yachts...well James did. We caught the cable car up Table Mountain and were blown away with the view, we sat on a rock and took it all in. It was hot! Much hotter than I thought today would be when I put on jeans this ...
... that they reminded us of a few family members back home, for memory I think Matt and Bob may have been amongst the list... Cape of Good Hope is again another pretty area but you could feel you were on the southern part of the continent with it being bleak, windy and rainy conditions. It was here, walking up the hill to the lighthouse, that one astronomical event in history occurred, Pito crashed with exhaustion. I'm not sure if you heard a great ...
... br> Hopefully we will know more about the shooting tomorrow....
Trying to put that aside, the mobile clinics are back up and running!!! We found out this morning and we were so excited to go out there!! We left our house at about 5:30 and then we met with the two SHAWCO busses that were filled with UCT medical students (raging levels of experience). We split ourselves up into groups of 4 and four of us went to the township of Joe Slovo (where Safehouse was ...
... with the whites, moving to reds, then the dessert wines. There is not a wine that I do not like. Erik’s favourite is the Verdict, which is a blend of merlot, cab sav and cab franc. It’s 250 rand a bottle – about 20 quid – so a relatively expensive bottle, particularly by South African standards. Still, we buy a bottle. In fact, we buy six bottles of various wines we’ve enjoyed during the tasting.