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... neighborhood and on Bree St. especially. That's where our apartment is.
Deanne saw on Facebook the other day that a Malagasy (from Madagascar) band called Jaojoby was playing in town. She's seen them once and I've seen them twice in Madison at neighborhood festivals. A local French culture group called the Alliance Francais sponsored them and even provided transportation in buses to the Township of Langa for the show. It was great, ...
... feast – for S baby Kingclip fish and for L & me, Grass fed beef rump, oh, and a large plate of oysters to start with. The Oysters were large, plump and tasty and were washed down with three lovely glasses of Boschendel Brut Method Cape Classique. This was followed by a delicious steak which was paired with two glasses of Shiraz/Syrah – A La Motte Pierneep Shiraz 2010 and a
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... necklace, whether or not its authentic as they say is possibly
debatable, but a shark tooth necklace is something I’ve always wanted so I left
quite thrilled after this whole experience.
From here I wandered through a really good
gourmet food market, and then sat near the waterfront before heading back to
the hotel to get myself sorted for my departure the following morning.
On May 25, we left for Stellenbosch vineyards but on the way, we stopped at Bo-Kaap, a neighborhood with bright colored houses. The actual street name is Wale street.
The best thing I learned today was the color of the wine depends on the skin of the fruit, not the juice.
My most interesting observation was that it is a ...
... etc., etc., etc. We really enjoyed it, we spent 4 hours there. We also went to the African Gold Museum. It was so amazing. Very high security. It has gold jewelry, crowns, masks, dagger handles, septors, etc. dating back several thousand years. I had no idea tribes around Africa were mining, smelting and making gold objects that far back, and some of them were so delicate and intricate. It was truly amazing . Then they show a film on gold through ...