Franschhoek Country House & Villas
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... is the direct descendent of Abraham de Villiers …Clermont therefore, having significant meaning to the Eversons.
The original homestead, which is now our self catering villa, dates back to 1862. The historic barn and cellar were converted into the Auberge and dates back prior to 1862 and were more than likely used as dwelling before the completion of the homestead.
... ordinary man, but friendly enough. We had a little chat but I was not bold enough to ask for a photograph with Giva!!
Whilst in Stellenbosch we also wandered around the shops and admired the old Cape Dutch architecture. In the galleries one sees a different side of South African art – magnificent pewter ware by designers like Caroline Boyd, ceramics, painting and jewelry. By this time we were feeling hungry and fancied lunch ...
... Walmer High School and Kayamandi that will hopefully be fostered over the years.
We then did some touristy things in Stellenbosch, visited some wineries and vineyards, and explored “downtown” Stellenbosch and the university. It was once again, super nice to be visiting with people we knew and quite comforting. One of the best advantages to us all living in different parts of South Africa, is that we have people to ...
The last week in Namibia has been awesome - probably my favourite country so far. After Etosha National Park we bush camped in Spizkopf which is a nature reserve with huge rocks and amazing views and sunsets. It was my cook group's turn to cook and we treated the group with a banoffee pie! Went down very well!!
The next day we drove to Swatkupmund which was such a contrast to the rest of Africa. Safe to ...
... with drama, heart break, and true love- HA) and Lola came up with this gem: “Boys are like flowers. I like to look at them, I like to smell them, and occasionally I pick one up and put it in my hair.” Another wonderful life lesson. Or something like that. :)
On Thursday I woke up to an oddly cloudy, rainy, and muggy morning. I could have easily stayed in bed for about 5 more hours, but thoughts of big brown eyes and shouts of “teacha!” pulled me out ...