Realou Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... farms Lockerby and the present Boschendal.
Auberge Clermont was originally part of the farm Champagne, which was granted to Abraham de Villiers in 1694. He later also owned the farms Lockerby and the present Boschendal.
The farm has changed hands and names a number of times over the years, and is now owned by Chris & Su Everson. Interestingly, Su, whose maiden name is ...
... patient, they bring in the doctor to review their assessment and give feedback. I sat with Thatohatsi, a fifth year medical student. I have to be honest... I am very grateful for my Grand Valley education. I could have done a better job assessing patients than Thatohatsi. There were just some basic questions that she forgot to ask, and basic possible causes of symptoms that she didn't catch on to. It was still very refreshing and exciting to be in a ...
... We are rewarded. We have an eight-course meal and a bottle of Glenwood’s unwooded c******nay. As the night evolves, we are invited to sit at the counter where he prepares the food so we can watch him preparing the salmon that will go into our dishes this evening. He’s had it flown in today from Norway.
Before placing knife to fish, he rests his hands over the life that has been sacrificed and says thanks. Before starting ...
Next we headed to Graham Beck for a sample of still wine and sparkling wine. Kristin enjoyed the still wines, and seemed at all wineries that she was particuarly fond of the nasty sweet wines. There's no account for some people's taste, but hey, it's her birthday, so she got a PASS today! Besides, I was in a wheelchair and was afraid she'd dump me into the pond or over the hill if I said anything to her. She has already threatened ...
... the “Sunday stomach bug”, we then traveled to Spier vineyard, which proved to be a truly African affair. At Spier we had lunch at Moyo and sat under canopies adorned with special lighting, décor, and tapestries. African women came to our table to paint our faces with traditional African makeup and sang for each of us. The food was… delicious, but I was obviously not daring enough to ...