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... been recommended by people I'd met over the last 4 months who'd been. This was one of the many wine routes and one of the most beautiful - Stellenbosch. They weren't kidding.
A gorgeous day, and a drive along the cape passing the mountain and wine farm scenery. The more inland we went the more wine farms there were. One after the other offering tours, tastings, and food markets. I can now see why we'll be mapping out a wine route for the farms we want to visit. There ...
The day started with breakfast at The Biscuit Factory. This is a food market set up with lots of breakfast choices. We were warned to get there early and it really paid off. By the time we left the place was heaving. At the same venue there are market stalls with some beautiful things, the clothes were definitely to Julie's tastes but alas her backpack is just too full. Wherever we go there are parking attendants. ...
... COAST DRIVE
We drove along the penninsula coast - again awesome scenery
We stopped to take a boat ride out to seal island. It was a fun bumpy wavy ride out. Didn't see any whales (my fav) but hundreds of seals. It was challenging to take pictures on the bobbing boat.
COAST DRIVE CONT'D
Chapman's Peak Rd had spectacular scenery, hairpin turns and the ...
... in the restaurant. They also raised the fish that they served, and used the waste from the fish tanks to fertilize the vegetables. They even painted our faces as a "welcome" gesture when we walked in! After lunch, we shopped around for a little bit on the waterfront before heading to a township called Langa. In Langa, we received a tour similar to the one in Khayelitsha. On this tour, however, the guide had us stop and try ...
... We managed to cram in a Reds v Stormers rugby match, went up the top of Table Mountain, sampled Kudu (lives up to the hype, can't wait to have again!) and live African music at Mama Africa's, had sunset beers at Camps Bay (oooh lala), visited District Six museum (about the forced removal of people from their homes during the apartheid era) and downed seafood at Hout Bay just to name a few activities (so that should put the sceptics to rest early on that ...