Rusthof Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today is our full day in Franschhoek. We started our morning with breakfast at the guest house. They serve such good food in South Africa. The cold bar has muesli, yoghurt, honey, a few cereals and fresh orange juice and coffee. The coffee is delish here too! You also have the option of ordering eggs cooked how you like, sausage, tomatoes, …
An early start to the day found us on the bus leaving the wine region of the Cape lowlands and driving through the Hottentot Mountain Range into the wheat producing plain of South Africa. The scenery from Franschoek through to Swellendam via Franschoek mountain Pass and on to the Tradouw Pass through the next mountain range and into the Little Karoo and a semi arid desert beggars my vocabulary of superlatives. Imagine ...
... them. They are an awesome couple, beautiful place where they are getting married, not to mention all of us ..stunning wedding guests! Good time ahead tomorrow. Oh my goodness, I almost forgot,not that I could. I went with a group of family and friends of Wayne and Tracey out for pizza, It took 2 hours to get our food!!! The poor little children, not to mention the big ones, they where starving! On the plus side it was very good, or we where just very ...
... and pop to the foyer to enjoy the fruition of her project. She is beaming. Again, so are we. We love when estate owners are this casual and approachable!
This is a meal we will never forget. Never. We will still be talking about this meal when we are old and grey. For those who know their sushi (which we don’t), here’s what we had: Chiba Shu Mai, Kyoto Miso Shiru, Sashimi Seared Salmon, Niigata Udon, Ebi Tempura, ...
... friend. We made it through together...
We arranged to make our way to Hermanus, about one hours drive from the orphanage, to see the whales! It's that time of the year when the whales migrate from Antartica to mate. We were told you can quite possibly see whales 5 meters from the coastline. What a sight to see.
We weren't so lucky the first few hours to spot whales. The walk along the coast was stunning. ...