River Manor Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Leisurely drive to Nelspruit and a nice time waiting in the airport. Good Wi-Fi and interesting shops. Bought a serious beanie in preparation for more inclement weather. We are just hoping for enough good weather to do a helicopter ride that has been recommended to us. Just over 100 pax on the Avro RJ85 aircraft to Cape Town. Robyn and a lady from …
... some photos, served with panache by well-trained staff that also poured the wine as though they were being paid by the volume served!
The stamina of the group know no bounds and we were all happy to move to a quiet bar area where we were to be taken through a tasting by their talented and young winemaker, Morné Very. Morné looked more like a resting Formula 1 driver in his baseball cap, polo shirt and shorts but clearly knows ...
... the top. It was a car that rotated so everyone got to see the awesome views as we went up. We walked around all the lookout points and also had lunch at the top. The views were extraordinary as we could see a fair way down to Cape Hope and out to Robbin Island. We then went down and out to dinner at a nearby burger place called Hudsons. Our accommodation is in a great location near the newly developed waterfront area that looks a bit like Darling ...
... of ceremony. The bride walked beaming into the church. Trav and Amy stood with their arms around each other swaying and singing to the music. So awesome. Nothing stiff or posed at this wedding. Nope not at all. It's so late but I can't sleep till I share some photos of the wedding! Happy happy happy people ...
Even though I was only in Cape Town for 2 days, I was able to pack a lot in and spend some good time with my old time buddy Zack Zimbalist who is doing research here this summer for his PhD in African Studies. The weather was also on my side and it cleared up just as I arrived. I was able to get to out to Cape Point, taste wines in Stellenbosch, hike Lionshead Mountain and tour Robben Island. Compared to everywhere I had been ...