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Tropical nose. Sharp from the start, unlike most of the Sauvignons tasted. More tropical fruits and citrus notes.
3. Chenin Blanc 2013 14%
From 30-40 year old dry bush vines from Swartland. Whole-bunch pressed and barrel fermented. Matured in 400l oak with 25% new for 10 months. No batonage or malolactic fermentation.
Gold and clear. Quite a lot of oak character on the nose – ...
... from his clan because of old age just walking and acting as if a truck full of people were not watching him.
My most unique experience was being very close to the young Elephants and watching them play.
In this country, I like the fact that there are hills and mountains.
I was surprised to see that animals were able to come close to the residences.
... through the waterfront back on the mainland and got taxis back to the hostel ready for our group meal out. We regaled each other with our highlights and lowlights of the trip over dinner and made the most of our last night together as a group. The next few days were a constant stream of people leaving the country so it was a sad time. We were excited to still have another couple of weeks to go though!
The following day was officially the start of our Garden Route tour but ...
... of ceremony. The bride walked beaming into the church. Trav and Amy stood with their arms around each other swaying and singing to the music. So awesome. Nothing stiff or posed at this wedding. Nope not at all. It's so late but I can't sleep till I share some photos of the wedding! Happy happy happy people ...
... District Six, reclaiming his history through work at the museum. We are continually amazed by the modernity of Southern African history as we learn it from those who have been directly affected by such intense and important events. We are reminded also that it is pretty incredible to be here at this time in history.
The Slave Lodge is the oldest building in Cape Town and once held and sold slaves. Once again, our guide was a ...