Soverby Guest House
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... a very good approach, they recycle their water and bio-waste, have a bird sanctuary on site to home and heal injured or orphaned birds (which the kids loved) and they have supported through purchase and commissions native South African art. We had a wiz around the complex on bikes after we arrived, saw the old farm house (or Opstel), the Slave Bell which served to mark the start and end of the working day in a previous ...
... I haven't been having too much happen in the way of w/d's.
I liked being next to the coast, being able to smell the ocean to have it fill you, its a deeply calming; almost spiritual experience.
I just spent the time in the van by myself, I got the feeling my "fun facts" were getting annoying. It's like I'm the Debbie Downer from SNL sans the comedic timing.
Ah well, tomorrow is another day.
... to be called Elephant Corner, as the trail used to settle this town was created by elephants centuries ago.) The French were convinced to settle here because the Dutch turned out to be horrible wine makers. Our last tasting was at a family owned winery founded in 1902, Eikehof. We found it very amusing that Françoise, the fourth generation owner, spoke no French. Evidently none of the French in French Corner do!
... Motorway toward the city centre. We repeated the mantra "keep left, wide right, tight left" while the relentless GPS lady guided us to our rented apartment. After an epic twelve hour sleep, we ventured out beyond the bedroom. We went down to the V A waterfront. We drank cold beer and ate greasy fish and chips on the outside deck of the Quay Four Tavern. We then headed up to the hills above the city to the Kirstenbosch ...
... area of Boho, as it is referred to. Other things I will miss about Stellenbosch would be the diversity here. Its been an interesting twist in and out of class meeting and talking to people from all parts of the world. They've changed the way I view the United States and the international community.
To anyone who is thinking about studying abroad for a semester I would say do it. Go somewhere you ...