Lyngrove Wines and Guesthouse
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... beguile and entertain". I don't know about 'beguile' but the food and their house wines were certainly excellent! Once again having stuffed ourselves silly, we continued on our lovely leisurely drive of the region. And before we knew it, it was time for our second wine tasting. We hadn't realised just how full or how tired we were so we didn't really do much justice at the Boschendal Estate, despite ...
I took the requisite pics and then headed back to the van.
It was beautiful; but, I wasn't feeling it. Part of it was wanting to share the experience with Aaron, part of it was not wanting to share the experience with the crowd. It just feels awkward around everyone; I'm the odd Mann out (that's a ****** pun I know.) Maybe it's because I keep accidentally skipping a day or two of my Lexapro, other ...
... are colored people. Majority of the culture is Islamic.
After our city tour we made our way to Stellenbosch. Stellenbosch is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa founded by Simon van der Stel. Today the town is a wine route. Wine is one of the biggest income generators in the Western Cape. The town is also home to Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch University is the top medical learning institution in South Africa.
Our company tour was ...
... her iPhone on the table. Lets just say holiday brain is kicking in for both of us. Crisis averted!
Following the stress, one very happy Janine and I headed to Bungalow for a meal. The setting was amazing and the food divine. I am happy to report that the rest of evening was very relaxed as we watched the sunset drinking wine and admiring the view.
All in all the day had everything..
Sleeping that night was definitely not a problem.
... to get back on the truck!
It was just a few hours to our next destination, Stellenbosch, in the heart of the wine country. The scenery was stunning with vineyards spreading as far as the eye could see through the valleys of the mountains. We arrived in town in the early afternoon and had the luxury of checking in to our dorm rooms that were to be our beds for the next two nights. Stellenbosch is a quaint town with an old Dutch feel to it. We spent the ...