Lyngrove Wines and Guesthouse
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... made right there. We negotiated for a 2/4 split of white to red. (originally, is was a 3/3) At each stop, a newly married bride from Tennessee and I agreed on all of our likes and dislikes. It reminded me of my daughter’s comment to her twin- “WE don’t like ketchup”. WE liked this Cabernet the best!
After this tasting, we drove to Franschhoek- (or “French corner” ...
... you would go. You'll learn so much about yourself and you'll push your boundaries which will lead to a different you. By the end you will have friends from across the US and the world.
On that note, thank you to everyone who made my experience what it was. I am so greatful for all the laughs and the craziness that happened along the way. I do not regret coming to South Africa at all and cannot wait to visit again ...
... for our food to come a man came over and was accusing us of stealing his table. We were extremely confused since we were sat there by a hostess, but he was not happy nonetheless. We didn't pay much attention to him and enjoyed our meal. We spent 15 minutes checking out the petting zoo, where we saw a Llama! I think of Elliot and her llama farm every time I see one.
The ride back was a quiet one, because most everyone slept at some ...
... us and were perfectly self sufficient. That seemed like the commonality among all our patients today but it was good to be able to ask them questions to fulfill our curiosities about their lives and how they live. Everyone was very helpful.
We had another patient today by the name of Christine. She was a middle aged lady also that was bed ridden. Before we went into the house our care worker gave us a little background on the patient and we ...
... multiracial. When you examine the advantages of incumbency, it's a wonder any country ever changes its government. (Just as it's a wonder any country can avoid the tar pit of corruption, apparently so easy to slip into and difficult to emerge from).
Civil liberties are a major difference. South Africa got a "fresh start" in the early 1990s, with a constitution more progressive than the popular consensus, eliminating capital punishment ...
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