Lyngrove Wines and Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">The whales inspired Laine to write a new song:
Down by the Whale Way
All along the Cape Route
See the lolling whales
All in a row.
... babies did not have leprosy and were adopted by families.
Our first stop was the lime quarry where they made the prisoners do hard labour. We saw the stack of stones where Mandela placed the first stone on the pile at a reunion in 1995. The stones were to memorialize those men who died in the prisoners here.
We saw some infractructures around the island that dated back to WWII. There are two guns remaining here out of five that were originally here. One ...
... didn't speak English. This was going to be fun. We sat down on a large outside table just before 10.00am and were given our 1st taste, a sparkling wine, Kaapse Vonkel. Colleen explained the history of the wine farm (not vineyard) and some interesting facts about South African wine making. She showed us how to drink it, slurping in in with air, but I found it easier just to swish it round my mouth then swallow. Spittoons were provided and we were shocked to see ...
... the best-known wine region in South Africa, at least among us Quebecers since the SAQ stocks a few Stellenbosch wines. The town itself is very pretty, and it's a student town so it has quite a bit to see and do besides wine tasting. Unfortunately I won't have time to see much else of it, but if you have the chance to visit, I'd recommend doing so.
We visited two wineries in Stellenbosch. The second-to-last of the day was a ...
... Then one of the little boys, the one that was excluded from kicking the ball back and forth, was playing on the sidelines and an older kid went after the ball and knocked him over on the cement. He started balling, I walked over and picked him up. He laid his head on my shoulder and cried for at least 45 minutes before he fell asleep. I felt so bad for this kid, he got bullied by his peers, by the older kids and I held him for about an hour and a half after watching him for ...