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... 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 ...
... dark. On the morning we were due to leave the local paper suggested that if the Western Cape was a country, it would be the fourth most dangerous country in the world- all major crime stats were spiking upward. I think we'll start curbing our midnight walks!! The one bright spot in driving the Wounded Zebra is that we are not often seen as a potential financial windfall- we've had locals in some of the countries rougher spots hand us money as we sputtered ...
... rhinos, lions, springbok (yummy little guys), ostrich (yummy big guys), zebra, giraffe, elephants, and more. The drive was rough but I was able to get some great photos. The funniest moment was when the wind carried a tissue from Andrew to the ground in the lion area... well that was going to have to stay there for sure! ha
I was so happy when we returned to the lodge because I was FREEZING! There ...
... and has 20% of Africa Flora and it is also home of the African Penguins.
My most interesting observation was that Cape Point is one the most beautiful places i have ever been to.
My most unique experience was seeing the African penguins.
In this country, I like the fact that they are able to preserve some endangered species.
I was surprised to see that African penguins ...
... Shabeen (pub), which was a corrugated shed, where they tasted the local brew. Driving through the township they saw various small houses before stopping at a hostel which was used originally for migrant workers, but now houses families. The building consists of 6 bedrooms (single bedroom), communal living and cooking area with at least 18 people living there. The tour continued to a two bedroomed flat, with a cooking area and a living area, which had five children ...