Vrede En Lust Estate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lasagne and coffee, whilst being shown a DVD of our trip. Our inane comments to the camera were more than a bit embarrassing! Naturally, I bought a copy as we had no shark photos. Still with wobbly legs we returned to our guest house for a shower, which Rene had kindly allowed us to do, and a celebratory beer. Then we headed south towards Stellenbosch our next destination. The journey was hard going, mainly because I was now very tired. The beer probably didn't help! Arriving ...
... we were limited to two bottles of wine each that we could bring back to Canada. A pity ...
After trying My Wyn's first three wines, we had already decided on the first three purchases of the day - quite the problem, as this was only our second winery visit of the day, and our quota was already nearly maxed out. Even worse was that after these three, we found the next two offerings also worthy of buying - quite the conundrum, but a ...
... and then the beautiful scenery was visible - Paarl Mountain nearby and hills covered in vines.
The first winery of the day was Fairview. It was very pretty here and they have picturesque gardens. The most unique thing about Fairview is the goat tower at the entrance to the building. It was built in 1981 and was the second goat tower in the world to be built at a winery. The few goats that live here represent about 1000 goats that provide milk for ...
... 3X mints. Marion didn't want black teeth from the ****** balls but Giva and I didn’t care!!!. Next stop Portjies and we were delighted to find him in the shop painting his latest canvas. I overheard him telling someone that he likes to capture the simplicity of childhood – bike riding, flying kites etc and that his pictures also depict their tolerance and acceptance of difference. He was not what I imagined – instead a ...
Stayed at the aptly named Stumble Inn where after a night out we got completely lost and couldn't find our way back. No taxi’s either then a nice security guard took pity on us and eventually walked us home which turned out to be just around the corner 2 minutes away – honestly it was embarrassing!!
The town is beautiful, cobbled streets, Dutch architecture; tree lined street, organic cheese shops, boutiques... all ...