Carol of the Cape Winelands Lodge
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We had a lovely driver who chatted with us on the way down. We decided not to take the 12.30 shuttle bus as we weren’t sure we would be finished looking at everything. We chatted to the people in our taxi and it turns out they are going to Lion Sands Tinga - same as us – they are going a day after us.
I was a little lost as to where we were as it looked different to where we were with Tom and Joyce ...
... to 600 and 300l old French casks. Naturally fermented from wild yeast and aged on lees for 12 months before bottling.
Sappy nose that could have passed for Grand Marnier! Orange peel. The palate followed through on this theme with an unripe acidic tangerine note. Very acidic. Not particularly pleasant.
We were treated to a buffet lunch accompanied by the wines we had tasted and got to take a tour of ...
... so they can own the area themselves. On guy Fawkes day yesterday one gang bombed one of the other gangs house and it burnt down. The shooting was them getting revenge. My teacher was talking about how worried she was for her son, he is only 15 but apparently super tall and she worries he'll be mistaken for an older boy and get involved in a shooting incident. Pretty scary, I had a few epiphanies today. There is a child in my class who is always in trouble. He kicks other kids, hits ...
... criminals used to be sent from Great Britain to South Africa. Adderley was the first British person who said no to these old practices. The criminals started to be transported to Australia instead.
Within a few minutes we reached the City Hall where Mandela delivered his first speech as a free man. In front of the City Hall there is a spacious square called “Grand Parade”. This place was fully packed during Mandela´s fist speech. Some people were ...
... an interesting perspective, and she presented it with a confidence and determination that would have convinced anyone. After this, we visited another black township called Khayletshia, where we will be doing homestays tomorrow night. One of the most striking and disturbing aspects of Cape Town is the juxtaposition of these extremely impoverished townships and the multitude of wealthy, modern homes and businesses. Driving down the street, I ...