Afrique du Sud Backpackers
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... is a rather extended affair so by the time we have finished it is nearly midnight and way past Rod and Audrey's bedtime. Rod tries to order a Uber taxi but cannot get his App to work. I have a go and get error messages so we end up calling his son Dale for help and in the end Dale has to order the taxi which eventually fortunately arrives as I was just beginning to think I would have to drive them ...
... some butteriness, medium acidity and good length.
4. Bosman Adama White 2013
From Wellington. This is a blend of 62% Chenin Blanc, 21% C******nay, 7% Grenache Blanc, 6% Semillon, 3% Viognier, 1% Pinot Gris. 4 star Platter wine which Winnie says will age beautifully.
Pale lemon colour. Almost cheesy nose with apples. Apples on the palate. A little flat for me but perhaps this would change over time.
5. De Grendel Op Die ...
... a bevy while you watch them? Visiting with your friends while food and drink are served to you, in the shade of the evening sun? I like this very much!
From there we went back to their house for another bevy (or more for some) and I got to drive home, in the dark, on the other side of the road. Yikes!!! I made it, only hit one curb (pretty sure the roads are more narrow here, and I would really rather hit a curb than an oncoming car)
Another Amazing day in the ...
... over! I do not know what the chef did to this bite but it was a taste explosion. I cannot begin to explain what this tasted like but I almost kissed the waitress when she brought over the second order. Dessert was a layered ice cream dish with a whiskey cappuccino foam on it that was a delightful end to a fantastic meal. Did I mention the pork belly?
Now you may be wondering, wasn't P feeling a little under the weather? How did ...
... times. When we got to the Iziko South African Museum it was closed. We asked an older woman (with no teeth) about it. We got an earful from a white traditionalist who probably liked apartheid. She said she would never go in that museum since it was a waste of her tax dollars! We couldn’t wait to get away from this crazy lady.
After a long walk we couldn’t find a cab so we went into a really nice hotel and ...