Yellow Lodge

Address: 32 Herold Street, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, 7600, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 32 Herold Street, Stellenbosch, is near Eagle Encounters South Africa, Vredenheim, Stellenbosch University, and Neethlingshof Estate.
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    Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch

    Biodynamism, Loire grapes and diamond dining!

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 10, 2015

    9 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Overland adventure begins

    A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... hike up because we wouldn't have been able to see anything so we took photos from the viewpoint and headed to the Waterfront instead. I guess I will have to come back to Cape Town at some point, preferably in the summer to do the things I missed! We had a beer and cheesecake at one of restaurants on the water and enjoyed the sunshine. We looked around a few shops in the mall and I said goodbye to everyone before getting in a cab back to my hotel. It's always ...

    Wine Tasting: It Tastes Good

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 13, 2014

    6 comments, 36 photos

    ... first time we've seen workers actually at work. These particular workers were standing in vats of grapes, shoveling them around in their juices. It was fascinating to watch. Their wine also tasted good; the high-end pinotage was positively transcendental.

    Another of the wineries was probably the fanciest one I've ever been to, anywhere (and I've been to some pretty nice ones in Napa). We had no idea it was going to be so ...

    Robben island

    A travel blog entry by smoakes1 on Nov 14, 2013

    8 photos

    ... back to the prison where they they then had to break it up into smaller stones - Nelson Mandela did this for 15 years, everyday apart from Sundays.

    Visiting the island makes you appreciate the horror of apartheid, it also highlights just how far this country has come in a relatively short space of time and if it continues at this pace how much it will change in the next 20 years.

    Thank you Barbara for an amazing trip - extremely thought ...


    A travel blog entry by callent on May 20, 2013

    ... after we spent most of the day at Robbin Island and lunch at V&A Waterfront, we said unknowingly our goodbyes to Lungisa - our student helper. He spent a lot of time with us and went on many adventurous with us. Megan and I gave him the American name, Lucas, and he gave us the South African names, Lusaanda and Asaanda. Our goodbye consisted of him running out of the car yelling, "find me on Facebook!" We were very angry at him for this. He did find ...