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... br> Still, I have to realize I’m in a country which is world famous for its wine and vineyards, would be a disgrace if I would come back and still have no clue about wines whatsoever. So what to do in that case? Exactly. Wine tasting!!
I already did one wine tasting from a tour provided to me by Ashanti, this time we choose our own wine farms and the collections of wines we wanted to taste. This time with a little more beauty ...
... because you had fought for justice. It was also surreal to stand in the courtyard outside their cells, in front of the garden Mandela grew to hide secret documents and where he spent a lot of time. If anyone has ever seen A Long Walk to Freedom (which our guide says is the most accurate representation of his time on the island and a movie I personally love) you'll understand why that courtyard was emotional. It was pretty incredible to listen to our guide who ...
... good last couple of hours before my plane was ready.
To be able to get my plane on time I had to arrive at the airport at 3:00pm to check in. if there was anything that I would of done differently I would of spent some time to go see South Africa’s big game and done a safari tour. Because it would have been nice to see the diverse range of wild animals South Africa has to offer. ...
... expensive than our meal on the previous evening but as we were from then on, going to have dinner included almost each evening whilst on the road we felt justified in pushing the boat out.
We availed ourselves of the complimentary tea and coffee in our hotel, watched a bit of Match of the Day and then retired. Tomorrow the adventure would really start as we headed north on the first leg of our long, long, journey to Victoria Falls.
... and all the way down to the Cape of Good Hope and the Stellenbosch Mountains and the whole curve of False Bay and yah. it was amazing. We hike up to the highest point on Table Mountain and then over to the cable car and took the cable car down. The whole thing took about four and a half hours. From the cable car station we then walked about an hour or maybe a little more all the way into downtown, and took a minibus back to my friend's ...