The Villas at Le Franschhoek
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4. Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc 2014
Very pale. Tropical and mineral nose with some passion fruit. Soft approach and quite light and easy drinking, some guava on the palate but a little short.
5. Hamilton Russell Pinot Noir 2014
Very pale ruby. Smokey bacon on the nose with some dark cherry underneath. Soft, medium acidity and intensity. More smoke and dark fruits on the palate. Firm ...
... central tarmac road as briskly as we could, and as soon as we got a view across to the Hapoor Dam waterhole where we'd been yesterday, we couldn't believe our eyes. First we noticed all the tourists' cars, but then we saw they were looking at a herd of well over 100 elephants. We hurried down as fast as we dared in a 40km speed limit area with critically endangered animals crawling across the road. It was a sight I will never forget. The elephants were all milling around the ...
... at the lure right in front of my face and bump the cage a good bit...I was in heaven!!!!
Hhhmm, let me consult the bucket list...fulfill childhood dream of being in a cage with great white sharks...CHECK!!!
Each group got their turn until the last group was getting in...hhhmm I wonder if maybe.....? I went down and asked if the last group was full and if there was ...
... the blogs have been kind of lame lately but I have been so busy and tired that the thought train has been on slug. Hopefully I'll be able to elaborate a little more this weekend when we visit Cape Point and Table Mountain. I'm sure there will be many pictures and some videos to go along with them. Love you all and I miss everything about my Michigan life. I can't wait to see everyone......I'm in trouble if I've only been here 3 days, oh no. Ta-ta for now!
... But what about the structural constraints we, as white people, have built? The segregated towns from townships, the lingering disparities in health and education, and the separateness that still exists in the minds of many South Africans? How can we reconcile and fix with what we’ve done? Can we ever be at peace with it?
So far I’ve only found some answers within the walls of the ...