Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard
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... for certain events - during the first two weeks of February Red Bull sponsor a Big Air Kite surfing event at Big Bay and for the first 12 days there was not enough wind for any action to take place. Eventually there was a couple of days of 40km/hr winds and the event took place.
The seasons have an amazing impact on the beach and the scenery - during the summer you get a lot of local kite surfers taking advantage of these ...
... 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 ...
... When you have long days during the weeks, a lot of nights you want to chill out and watch TV. When there is no TV (or there is but it sits in the corner like a potato without working), the person with the laptop full of movies and TV shows quickly becomes the hero. Thankfully came had several seasons of HIMYM, Modern Family and NCIS Los Angeles to share. 7) Muizenberg mountain: we hIked Muizenberg mountain in the afternoon with people from surf program and the second day ...
... the township does not have problems that are often presented in the media. Sonwabile introduced us to Thando, an ex-gang member, who was in prison for 3 years. The scars from previous violent fights were evident on Thando’s face. He explained his rocky past and the gang politics in the area. He has now broken away from the gang culture and is reforming himself.
Another part of the tour was to eat a boiled ...
... On this particular excursion, five vineyards along with a solid lunch and provided transport was going to be necessary. That's a buttload of wine!
Despite my profound desire to become a distinguished wine connoisseur, I can even now only feign the appearance of knowing what I'm doing when it comes to sampling a wine. The sight, the scent, the swirl, the sip and the savor, well that I learned to do with ease and poise. However, I would probably ...