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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... next stop was KWV were we tried 5, 10, 15 and 20 year old brandy each paired with a chocolate. The 5 year was pretty harsh tile had the chocolate hazelnut truffle - smoothed it right out. Everybody liked the 10 year best. We went to a beautiful restaurant for lunch called Roca at the Dieu Donne (gift of God) winery. The view from the floor to ceiling walls over the vineyards to the mountains was stunning. The food was very high quality ...
... the teaching is clearly not suitable for these children, and as they get older, they fall further behind. Few of these children will make it to secondary education at all. To brighten the mood, tomorrow brings the weekend, and it's time to relax. A group of us are planning a trip to the local farmers' market, which was a fond memory from 2011, and in the afternoon, I am meeting up with Mika and going back to the Lapids' for supper. Enjoy the weekend! ...
... light entry to the tree they have to be cut away to create 'windows' in the tree. This job requires training and good judgement which is difficult for farms in South Africa due to their largely poorly educated and undertrained labourers. This is a major problem that they face with their workforce. At the right time of year buds must also be pruned to limit the amount of fruit each branch will carry. If a branch is asked to carry too much it could break due to the ...
... is a really fantastic place, Table Mountain, Signal Hill and Lion's Head tower over the city (and seem to feature in all of my photos). It's a bigger city than I expected, feels very European / North American, barely seems like Africa at all. Since the world cup four years ago the city has spent a lot of effort (and money) on tidying up the place and reducing crime, and the city centre is now a pretty vibrant, safe place (although I did meet a couple of other travelers ...
... the clinic on my mind:) one last night to shadow with the Sister at the Chemist. I was excited! When we got there Sr Stella greeted us in telling that we were doing all the jabs today:) Yay!! We had three all night. Better than nothing and I had to stick a little girl:( I had no choice of course but it broke my heart. I have her polio and measles. She was not a happy camper. She was squirming all over the place and I had to jab her twice because she moved ...