Grande Roche Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at Yealands winery in Marlborough, New Zealand. Being able to join Richard was fantastic as I missed this part of the process at Yealands. Unfortunately the blending part of winemaking isn't anymore glamorous than the making of it, no one wants to be tasting 50 different varieties of wine at 9:30am! It's a really interesting part of the process as it allows the winemakers to be a bit creative but difficult because each wine needs ...
... 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! ...
... until after lunchtime. I got up, had a pub meal for lunch and prepared a bit more for the exec meeting coming up Tuesday. It was a pretty slow day, but I was happy to barely move from my room for once - this was one of the first times this had happened.
Monday we planned to go to Cape Town where Lize-Mari and Rian were going to go to the aquarium to go swimming with the fishes (terrible pun), sharks and stingrays...pretty cool stuff. Cape Town is nicknamed the rainbow city ...
... here in SA people are described as white, black and coloured.....self explanatory!
Today we would be walking around Langa the black people township and driving through the coloured one. The tour we go on funds the money back into the people we visit and into the projects in the townships and they have crafts and education in order to help people.
Its very much a community ...
Today was a long day but a good day. We spent the first half of the day in Manenberg again. I went with Tim, Ranelle, and Francis (one of the home health workers). Our first stop was to the house of a guy named Stanly who is 72 and a double amputee because of his diabetes. He also told us about his battle with drug addiction. He has been clean for four years! The person in the home that was really interesting to us was his son. His name is Desmond. Desmond ...