Lanzerac Hotel & Spa
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... the owners live in nearby towns.
In the town of Hermanus, a coastal tourist town, we found a stone bench in a busy esplanade area to set up our picnic lunch. The amazed faces of the locals were really entertaining. We rather expected some of them to come and order a sandwich! Lunch was interrupted by the hosting of a ...
... down the mountain in Malawi.
We took the open top bus tour and had lunch in Camps Bay, visited the aquarium at the waterfront, and then met my friend Sandhya and climbed the Lions Head for sunset, from where we had amazing views of Table Mountain and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 18 of his 27 years in prison.
We've had a fantastic weekend in Cape Town staying ...
... mini bus arrived before we were ready. It was all a kerfuffle! Dressed in our finest wine buff (or buffoon!) clothing, me in my salmon pink shorts and Jackie in her bright pink trousers, we boarded the mini bus looking like Harold and Hilda. Together with a German couple we were taken to Simonrig wine farm to await the rest of the tour heading up from Cape Town. After 20 minutes or so, waiting in the sun and admiring the stunning scenery, our official tour bus ...
... who we just heard passed away.
Fairview is a cheese farm as well as a winery, and our tasting was accompanied by a selection of goat and other cheeses. While nothing special by Quebec cheese standards (and yes, I'm aware how much of a cheese snob that makes me sound like), the cheeses were far better than the wrapped processed stuff that I fully expect to be eating for most of my camping safari trips. I bought some flavoured ...
... welcoming – they showed us family pictures, made us snacks and offered us drinks. The daughters came home to visit with their beautiful young babies and also shared their stories with us. Their hospitality was amazing. The poor grandmother was confused during the conversations and kept looking around not really focusing on anything. We asked her how old she was, she told us 44; we asked her how many children she has, she said 6 but she actually has 8 and she had a ...