Les Chambres Guest House
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It's nice finally having a relaxing day. We have fit a lot into our 5 days here so far. After breakfast we browsed through a few shops in the village and bought tickets for the Franschhoek Wine Tram.
We visited 5 wineries:
Moreson (skipped the tasting to have lunch. It was fantastic)
Grande Provence ...
... afternoon tour with a wine tasting, naturally!! The current wine master on the estate is a guy that Tom took there once he had started the project and remains there today producing award winning wine. We spent lots of time getting an education on the Hughes family history, Tom and Dawns time in Africa and also Tom's various projects around the world. He is still working ...
... that, usually. I debated to refuse my food for sleep but quickly came to my senses.
It was fairly easy going through customs and passport control. I wasn't asked much...thank the Lord. Christine was waiting for me in the far corner as I searched for the person holding the "Immanuels Haven" sign I was to look for. It was great to have someone meet me there...
I had been in contact with Christine for ...
... top properties in the area. As soon as I get there you can tell the difference in the attitude and service. They ask me to wait and take my bags on to my room. Craig from guest relations comes to meet me and show me around the property. He is spending sometime showing me all the room types but if I was just a guest he would still meet me and give me an orientation.
All very impressive but I am glad when we finally get to my room. ...
... and good cover from both the wind and view from the town. Vince had gone sleep early, leaving Johan and I around the fire talking about previous adventures out in the bush. I started to learn some Norwegian from him that night. He taught me one of my favourite words in all of the 4 languages that I speak, "glukakke". Glukakke is a a descriptive noun consisting of "Glu" ( ember) and "kakke" ( cake). It refers to the bed of embers that collect underneath the fire, but the concept ...