Roosenwijn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
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... vines and economics: mixing their own spays from their compost is massively cheaper than buying expensive manufactured chemicals.
1. Organic White 2014
87% Sauvignon Blanc, 13% Semillon naturally fermented in stainless steel.
Clear with a lemon hue. Rich and grassy nose with some wet stone. Smooth with that soft start again. Palate was citrus with some minerality and length.
2. Biodynamic Sauvignon ...
... to us mushroom soup which was absolutely delicious and then I ordered the equivalent of a chicken cutlet and fries but at that point, I was SO hungry that the food tasted excellent.
Heading back to the hotel after a long day, some of the classmates went out to the neighborhood for a visit while I just called it a night as I was very tired and I wanted to make sure I can wake up the next morning as we were planning to leave at 8:15. ...
... sat down for lunch, and promptly had to get back up when we saw the prices. We have gotten used to South Africa being very cheap, so this was a particular shock. We settled for a tasting instead (which cost at least twice as much as all of the other--inexpensive--tastings), and still got to enjoy the spectacular mountain views and tasty wine.
Since we couldn't afford lunch at that winery, and it was already 3 p.m., we headed ...
... dinner we took a short walk and discovered that they turned on the Christmas lights for the first time tonight. There were hundreds of people walking and driving around to withness the first night of the lights. The lights stretch over Adderley St and depict holiday scenes. We were almost instantly mobbed by a woman who was really excited to have photos taken with us. After we consented and had our photos taken, she gave me a huge hug. It was way too funny!
... able to visit them and have a tribal elder take us on a walk to share some of their traditional hunting/gathering methods with us. They even have a "viagra" tree! The most intriguing part of our visit was listening to them talk in their native language with its unique "clicking" sound. It is a very melodious language and fascinating to listen to. Traditional dress is in a loincloth or skirts for the women (no upper body clothing) made of impala skin. They are a ...