Barry Hall Luxury Apartments
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... way Graham was very forthright in answering the questions that the two girls were asking about life in South Africa as well. It was really interesting to get a first-hand account of the unique situation in a country with such a tumultuous history and really only 20 years under a democratic government. He of course was also very knowledgeable about the wines we were tasting and was quick to jump in when the representatives at the various wineries gave us a ...
... information desk, we caught a train to the coastal town of Fish Hoek. On arrival on the carriage, two young musicians joined us for 20 minutes of song followed by the obligatory round of tipping - it was well deserved.
What magnificent scenery, as our train travelled along the sand dunes and the beaches.
When Fish Hoek arrived, we found we could continue to Simon's ...
... overcast. We made up for it by stuffing ourselves with great sushi. We spent most of a day exploring one of the wine regions around Cape Town. We visited the Franschöek region, and visited three wineries - one for an extended wine tasting, one for a delicious food and wine pairing over lunch, and one for a wine tasting combined with a cellar tour. We also ended up buying a few bottles for later consumption (the Indians were astounded by the inexpensiveness of the ...
A leisurely start to the day was planned as we had arranged to meet Faiza a friend of Nicks at 10 am on the V&A Waterfront at the point where the Cunard shuttle bus stops.
Faiza is friend and colleague of Nicks from a long time ago and was a paediatric registrar in Redhill General Hospital when Nick was an SHO. They worked together for one year, a little while ago now, from February 1979 to January 1980. Over the years Faiza has been very kind and stayed in ...
... except for the highly nocturnal leopard) on the Invendoorn Safari. This quintet (water buffalo, rhino, leopard, elephant and lion) makes up the five most dangerous animals found in the wild parts of Africa. On this game reserve, heavily committed to animal rights and saving the endangered rhino, we saw that and many more, including GIRAFFES. African Safari… check.
On our way back, I felt pretty successful while surveying what I can only term ...