Rusthof Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... after 26 days on the skins. Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel then aged in 30% new French oak barrels for 24 months.
Very intense deep colour heading towards garnet. Big up front cassis nose. Grippy palate with more blackcurrant, high acidity and a vanilla note. Infanticide – needs more time to mellow and settle.
A good set of wines. And the opportunity to taste any others from their range in the shop. I ...
... if he can do it anyone can!'. Robert explained that they were running a bit late and we should sit outside with the other 'victims', which turned out to be one other Englishman, a Dutch couple, 3 Belgians and my worst nightmare, a dozen very excitable Spanish lads, who couldn't speak a word of English. The staff brought out plates of cold meat and nibbles, which just made us more queasy. I kept telling myself I wasn't nervous, but just apprehensive and I tried to reassure ...
... the Warlords Yeow intend to break their own rule of not doubling back to a country, as they already have ideas of returning to the Chundukwa Lodge in Zambia.
While I understand their rule and agree with it for the most part, it's a good thing I don't subscribe completely to it, as that would have meant wiping out my subsequent nine visits to Spain! But if there is one rule of travel, it is that rules are meant to be broken ... especially if you're Zimbabwean Warlords! ...
Border crossing between Namibia and South Africa the easiest yet. On the South African side there weren't even any forms to fill in - they just scanned your passport, put a stamp in it, and job done. Why can't it be this easy for every border crossing?
Stopped the first night in South Africa about 2km across the border (Fiddlers Creek) on the Orange River. Nice camp ground and nice river to swim ...
... them all but I wasn't so keen on these. We headed back to town and a few of us went to a nice Tapas bar in town. We had a lovely dinner with a few cheeky cocktails. As it was Anzac day the bar even agreed to turn off the music so the Aussie's and Kiwi's amongst us could have their minutes silence. After a long day it was time for bed. Some of the others headed to another bar but I was done for the ...