Knightsbridge Court Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... only 18) took a lot of time and pleasure in describing each wine to us, answering all our questions about the growing and naming processes etc. We bought the 2014 Sauvignon Blanc here, which is apparently available in the UK .... Highly recommended by us! FORREST - we were greeted by a sommelier in the vineyard on arrival, who took pride in explaining the growing and vintage process to us in situ. Really interesting - a lot of hard work goes ...
... of usual wines then reserved/ special vintage. Lovely host . We had lunch there, I had Lamb, tender coated in Kumara sweet potato and green veg, Ken had snapper and risotto topped with green sliced apple and lemon, so tasty. Then we drove to the coast to see Cloudy Bay the beach, couldn't drive to the edge of the cliff and had to be satisfied with views from a distance. Getting lateish by then, so set off ...
... was a Developed Country way of thinking.
As a second example, in Cambodia, the mother of our house family was a garment worker and two of her children were working on site. I really enjoyed building with these two young people and learning about their lives. The brother (Chan) was undergoing trade training far away. He’d come down for the week and I felt quite paternal towards him. The sister (Sreynet) had four young children two of whom had ...
... weighing around 50 tonnes. Kiaki is known to the whale watch team. He surfaced for around 10 minutes and we were able to pull alongside him just 15 m away. As he dived so his tail flipped out of the water in that classic whale statement. Using sonar the captain picked up whale calling around 6 miles away. Whales emit calls up to 230 decibels enough to shatter every bone in a shark, literally crippling their prey. The sound waves are enhanced and amplified through ...
... things like the type of yeast used to ferment the grapes, the residual sugars left in the wine post fermentation and where the grapes are grown. It also very much depends on the blending process. Batches of the same grapes will often be inoculated with different yeasts and at the end of fermentation the winemakers will blend together different combinations to achieve the style they want. This is firstly done in the lab carefully measuring out small quantities of ...