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The quaint little Stellenbosch town was our next stop. The Governor in the 17th century, Simon Van Der Stel, named the town after himself - obviously a healthy self-esteem. In the early 20th century, Stellenbosch was a British military base which was a bit of a 'punishment posting' - thus the phrase, 'to be Stellenbosched' was coined.
Stellenbosch's main claim to fame is that this was where Pinotage (a portmanteau of Pinot Noir and Hermitage) ...
... less we had full days.
The first day, we spent the whole day walking and sight-seeing. We walked 4 km on the promenade to the waterfront mall and harbour. It is situated between Table Mountain and Robben Island right in the heart of a working harbour. It is full of walkways along the water, stores, renovated historic buildings, museums, a ferris wheel, boat trips to Robben Island, craft markets, hotels, bars, etc. A pretty busy place for tourists to visit! The ...
... very safe. We enjoyed a great hike at the top with crazy views of the city and beaches.
One of the things I like to do in South Africa is visit a township to get a good idea how locals live. So off I went one day while Doug did admin work. With my guide, Mike Zuma (I’m sure Mike is not his real name), I got a real taste of another side of Cape Town. We visited two townships: Langa and Gugulethu. (the tour is called The LA GU GU ...
... cable car 'cheating' ;-)
That evening, rather than resting, like most people would, we decided to go on a art gallery walk organised by the hostel. Once a month art galleries will pop up across the town to show off their art work. Not being that into art it was the possibility of free wine that sold it for us. In fact the evening was great, we walked around 3 galleries and had a total of 1 beer and 1 Drambui free :-) We ended the night in an Ethiopian ...
... nice fire in the lounge that helped us warm up before lunch. After lunch we returned to the hotel.
Our finale dinner was at Gold Restaurant. Before dinner, we learned how to play the bongos. It's been a long time since I hit my hand on a drum. I love the sound. It reminded me of the late nights I would stay up listening to my uncles and cousins play drums in the night air at the firehouse. I love that ...