The Three Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... pairing with each wine poured and we sat and enjoyed the experience of marrying up wine with different and really nice tasting chocolates, each one with the correct name of the wine we were to pair it with on the wrapper.
By this time, we were all (some more than others) noticeably a bit squiffy so headed off to explore the surrounding area of the winery which yielded some excellent pictures looking out towards the ...
... lying around, and everybody who sees it wants one, so finally I decided to make it available through the local digital print shop.
If anybody wants a copy, you can get a little preview and order it through the link below. The print shop will print any number of copies, from one to whatever, and mail it to you, or if you are in Cape Town you can pick it up from them.
... The scenic flight over the Namib Desert was fabulous... As was climbing a huge red dune for sunrise. The Fish River Canyon was huge. Perhaps not as picturesque as the Grand Canyon but impressive nonetheless..... Last night we camped overlooking the Orange River, the border between Namibia & SAfrica. A delightful campsite. Almost midday here.... we stay in a vineyard this evening. Love to all, ...
... and move the car closer. That turned out to be a great idea as we discovered a fantastic place to eat really close to our car. We had tapas at the "Chefs Warehouse" they were amazing and very reasonable. Regan and I shared a entree, the tapas platter, a dessert, 2 glasses of wine and an alcoholic ginger beer and the bill came to $480 Rand which is around $50.00NZD. The staff were also lovely and we have some recommendations for tomorrow ...
You know that terribly corny line about how
your life flashes before your eyes? Well, as our plane flew over Cape Town and
we finally got to see Table Mountain for the first time in almost a year with
me blasting 2001 A Space Odyssey into our ears (yes, us Capetownians and our
mountain…it's a love affair – go deal), we couldn’t help but having just a
touch of our own corny flashes.
Cue montage music.