Roosenwijn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... populated with white Cape Dutch architecture as we pass farms where regimented rows of vines have been pruned back for the winter. Before settling in to the Spier we ran into Stellenbosch for a nice bistro lunch and a walk around the centre of the town, soaking up the Cape Dutch and Georgian architecture as we stroll down the oak lined streets in the Old Town. Were it not for the cars (and the odd KFC), you could easily have ...
... bites out of the grass while moving a rock around with its mouth. I am glad I do not have this dog inside my home.
Next we went to Anura, which means frog in Latin. Here we had a cellar tour with James and learned that they needed to purchase their oak barrels from France for over $600 because the oak trees planted here grew too fast and therefore were too porous for barrel making. The tasting included ...
... an exciting experience all around. Most unique experience today, and probably the most unique experience overall on this trip was at and on the way to Cape Point. From the beautiful million-dollar estates built on the edge of the mountain overlooking the ocean, and the extraordinary views on Chapman's Peak Drive, to the ravishing views of the ocean seen from the top of Cape Point, this experience was one to truly behold. The most fun thing was capping ...
... membership. During the spring at RMC I had a routine where I would go to the gym three or four times a week but here the most amount of physical exercise I had here was when we went hiking. Second, I would have taken one main stream course. The reason being the two courses truth commissions and transitional justice overlapped so much in material that it started to not be interesting (My favorite however, ...
... farm, which was one of those horrible made-for-tourist experiences complete with chances to feed, pet or even ride the ostriches. It just seemed cruel to the birds and lame to the people, if you ask me. But I suppose everyone needs to make a living.
Other than that, it was mostly a driving day today. We made our way from Oudtshoorn to Cape Town via the 'famous' Route 62 (they even print souvenir ...