Les Chambres Guest House
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... It was actually "east". It was a smallish room named " Sensational". We unpacked some what and Facetimed Vitas - can you imagine? Then it was out for dinner at Allora. I had ostrich - excellent. Richard had chicken with mushrooms and Porcupine Wine. All great! We are finding names confusing and the accents sometimes. Nonetheless, beautiful landscapes and weather. And the roads are phenomenal. Richard's driving is good. ...
... for our first stop on the wine tour, La Brie. This winery was a tiny boutique winery with only a small vineyard, producing 45, 000 bottles of their wine a year. We sampled 5 of their wines for 40 rand (£2!) in an idyllic setting, vineyards and the mountains. The wines were nice but at 10:30am it didn't quite feel right!! We had an hour at each winery before the bus picked you up. This hour went quickly, with tasting and a cellar tour. We nearly forgot to pay ...
... in context. The people of this valley is what makes this valley and it is hard to walk 5 minutes without someone greeting you friendly with a 'Hallo nonnatjie!' (Hi there girl). It is so easy to connect with the locals and to learn about the culture and there is no reason for anyone to feel alone here.
Moving on to a recommended winefarm we arrived at Muratie - world class wine covered in dust and cobwebs.
Sometimes it ...
... in Manenberg how to do BP, pulse, and respirations because the two med students didn't know how. So I, an SLP student, got to teach medical students at the University of Cape Town how to take blood pressures, pulses, and respiration rates. Since they needed the practice way more than I did because they really need to know how to do it, I let them do most of that stuff because I don't see myself doing any of that again. The first half was actually a little tedious. ...
... in the shed. She works there but the owner isn’t in and he has the key to the bottles so she can’t help us until he’s back. We contemplate waiting but realize we’re already short on time because we’ve lingered quite long with our breakfast.
Off we go, direction Franschhoek (pronounced Fron-shook, accent on the Fron). We’re both looking forward to returning here very much. We fell in love with it ...