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... this involved turning the seating area into a bed, fixing something that had just broken, and/or trying to figure out where that weird smell was coming from). She wasn't buying what I was selling.
This collision of traveling styles took place outside the Hotel Blue Blood in Franschhoek. We had come off a day of ocean activities and were in desperate need of a clean-up but to get to the campground we had to drive right by the hotel so we made ...
... between people and animals.
Then we headed to a famous facility Groot Drakenstein Prison from where Nelson Mandela was released in 1990. Since the prison still operates they didnīt let us in without making an appointment in advance.
Vineyards visited in the afternoon:
- Boschendal. No wine tasting because it was already closed. We visited the Manor House (1812) belonging to the vineyard. The De Villiers bought the farm Boschendal ...
... The closest town is four hours away by car - we took a four seater plane to Likomo Island first, then a small motorboat for two hours to get there.
The second place, Ndomo House at Kaya Mawa, was super nice and I learned to water ski, scuba dive, and wake board. Totally fun! We visited the villages on the island and read tons. It was a good holiday and we really liked the owners, and hope to ...
... each other, but at the same time it is evident that they have had to work hard to overcome individual differences.
Finally it was all over and I was very happy to say hello to the weekend!
Another early morning beach walk (YAY) and then I spent the day with my cousin Cait and my Aunt Glenda shopping J Always when I deal with foreign currency it is hard not to overspend, especially with the Rand because the exchange rate is ...
... dinner was ready. Stu and Big Soph had helped braai some chicken, beef, and sausages. It was incredibly delicious and we continued to play with the kids. Eventually, it was time for us to go. It was very fun to see Patrick's house and meet his family and friends. Playing games is always a good time too.
It was starting to become summer, and the weather continued to get nicer and nicer. So Sunday and Monday November 18 and 19 we went to Fish ...