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... area. We went to a winery called "Rickety Bridge". Apparently called after a Rickety Bridge that was once on the property, cute name but that was about all, we were charged 5 Rand per head for a tasting here and whilst a few more people about didn't think anything special about the wine. Very Very relashed at this time and noticed Clare relashed too.
The next winery was Leopards Leap and this was swanky. Could have been in the Hunter Valley really. ...
... you could tell the kids absolutely loved every minute of dancing. At the end of it they all came up to talk to me and I was surrounded by 30 or so kids in the end. A pretty amazing experience to say the least.
Friday night Siebert decided to take me to Wellington, which is the town next to Paarl, and while it is smaller, there is a University there so the pubs and clubs are always filled with students, similar to Stellenbosch. We first had pre-drinks at his ...
... degrees too. After checking in at the villas we headed back into Franschhoek for a wander (still very warm) and to supermarket for food and local wine so as to enjoy the lovely villa to the full. Have forgotten all about the mortgage and house sale at home. It's going to be a nice couple of days here before we hit Johannesburg. Wine tour tomorrow so Regan can drive. Hope is all fine for everyone reading and thanks again for all the ...
... our hotel shortly after 10 pm tired but happy & full. Our guide, Gordon Jacobs from Edutours is great - very flexible, informative and a wonderful personality - we are in good hands.
At the time of our visit, Nelson Mandela was very ill in the hospital and there were signs of concern everywhere. He subsequently died several months later at the ripe age of 95 - a very brave man and a fantastic leader!
During our stay in South Africa, we stayed with some friends, the Botha family. They own a farm out by the small town Ceres which is about one and a half hours outside of Cape Town. We stayed with Maryke's mother, Carla, at her house but it didn't really matter because Carla's house and Maryke's house were on the same farm. That night Maryke's family took us to play tennis with them at the courts behind their local school ...
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