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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is the direct descendent of Abraham de Villiers …Clermont therefore, having significant meaning to the Eversons.
The original homestead, which is now our self catering villa, dates back to 1862. The historic barn and cellar were converted into the Auberge and dates back prior to 1862 and were more than likely used as dwelling before the completion of the homestead.
... have their own sections and there are shacks with little or no electricity or running water which mostly house blacks. It is the blacks who work in the food and hospitality industry and labour in the vineyards where the wages are low. Some shops do reserve the right to admit customers, a feature we have seen across SA. There is much work to be done in SA to provide education and work for those who have ...
... process, he first inflicts a life-ending stab to sever the spinal cord behind the gills as a ceremonial approach to the preparation. He then works with elegance and precision, explaining each step to us and he goes along.
With the filleting finished, the fresh pink flesh is cut to size and prepared, plated and garnished, then served with flair and a beaming smile. Dish after dish, we are in awe. We have never had Japanese ...
... times! Really!! I enjoyed tasting a flight of sparkling wines. Kristin and I were both very impressed with the Brut NV. This was the sparking wine served at both the inaugural parties for Nelson Mandela and President Obama. Yes, Kristin finally acquired a palate...amazing.
Then, off to lunch at La Petite Ferme. Beautiful location. Our table overlooked a valley of vineyards with gorgeous mountains for a backdrop. We enjoyed ...
... had a favorite already. They served an incredible dessert wine which I found myself drinking too quickly. We continued on for the remainder of the day as I sat amazed pondering the views out the car window. The rolling hills, mountains, valleys...ah, breathtaking. I was in another gorgeous part of the world, sharing it with wonderful people I was privaleged to meet... LIfe was good.
The day ended at the Fish Market ...