Barry Hall Luxury Apartments
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... 6% Grenache Noir, 5% Cinsaut, 4% Viognier, 1% Primativo. From Swartland.
Dark crimson red. Dark fruit, smoky bacon, coffee nose. Cherry and plum on the palate.
8. Kleine Zale Family Reserve Shiraz 2010
Very intense ruby. Blood on the nose. Smooth and rich on the palate with some lovely velvety complexity and a long finish. Great shiraz!
Well that was a great tasting delivered with aplomb by Winnie who doesn’t ...
... during the worst of apartheid. (Which separated all of the 5 ethnic groups including Whites from Afrikaans, so it isn't Black and White)
It is a fantastically complex country that is still learning how to deal with itself after only 20 years in existence.
I thought the situation was black and white, both in race and the problems of the past, but there are 5 races that are openly talked about and apartheid was much more complex than just blacks and ...
... Dinner was as expected, amazing! The soup came with a clay pot of bread - yes a clay pot! I am definitely going to try that for a dinner party. The fragrant food was the perfect last group dinner. During each course, we were treated with a song and dance and gold. The queen threw gold dust into the air (which we all noticed landed everywhere including our cameras) as a finale as we ate cookies with gold dust. Very fun! ...
Aquila is a four stars establishment and home of the big five: Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Rhino.
The best thing I learned today was; female Rhinos use the bathroom on the same spot, Lions live to be fifteen years old, Zebras stripes come in different patterns and are different, Hippos kill more people than Lions.
My most interesting observation was seeing a ...
... township, they past the area where there was better housing, one, two and three bedroom houses with solar heating for water.
Kahyelitsha, the largest township in Cape Town, which houses one million people. They stopped at a Kindergarten, which had a 100 children a day, from the age of 0 - 6 years old, staffed by eight people and providing 3 meals a day, education, welfare and all for the sum of 50 rand a month (£3.00). It was on two stories with ...