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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... organic food from their, or nearby, farms. We shared a farmers platter and some excellent "21 Gable" wine. Then it was off to the Van Rhys Brandy distillery where Richard sampled three brandies and chocolate and I looked at hi luxe magazines. From there we drove to Stellenbosch - very confusing as the streets are named on the curb, not on signs. We did not know until we asked a man eating ice cream bar why we were ...
... as the gastronomic capital of SA so of course we had to sample some of their restaurants. We all ate at an Italian restaurant called Allora on our first night, the food was delicious. We both had steak which was melt in your mouth. In fact we didn't feel like we were currently travelling as this area was so wealthy and luxurious. The only thing that bought us back down to earth was going back to the tent, lol!
The next morning, after a quick ...
... in the afternoon, bliss for all weary travellers included. Needless to say the following 4 days that followed involved sampling the local food and wine of Stellenbosch and nearby Franschoek. Wine in Africaans is 'wyn' and when we found a local real estate agent named 'Wynland' I couldn't help to draw comparison that I was in my homeland! Also thought of all of the Wynne's back home who enjoy property and real estate and figured they may like to ...
... flight as us from Cape Town to Amsterdam!! So it will be a lot of fun to hang out with some students from UCT on Friday!!
At the clinic, we saw probably around 20 patients. Each varying a little bit but mostly just the common stuff. One of the ones that stood out to me was this 17 year old boy. He was in Grade 12 and graduating in September and he was at the clinic because there was some type of bug in his ear. We also asked him if he had been to the ...
The couple at the next table on the patio tell us about the river down the road so we pop there for a quick visit. They used to live abroad and have moved here as they fell in love with the real community that exists here. You can see that what they say is probably true; there are adverts on the café wall of all sorts of events on the go – very cultured events as well. This seems to be a community with class.
We stop ...