The Villas at Le Franschhoek
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... the pioneering work his father Tim started and has decided to adopt more biodynamic vineyard management practices. The 2013 vintage was the last one for their winemaker Hannes Storm after a decade at the estate (now setting off on his own) and his replacement, Emul Ross, previously at Cape Chamonix (where they also have a five star Platters C******nay) has taken over and was to be our guide for the tasting.
... pool comprising three pools, and the mini golf course were both closed (for winter?) despite the recently high (for us anyway) temperatures.
This weekend the World Triathlon events are being held in South Africa (V&A to be precise) so getting back to our apartment was a little more challenging given that all the beach front & V&A roads were closed for the event. We'll see what tomorrow brings.
... views of the magnificent World Cup stadium as well as the Atlantic bay side of Cape Town it was well worth the hard slog. The walk also helped us feel less guilty about a lunch of fish and chips and a tea of Indian curry. September 28th - In the morning we visited the Asian residential area of Cape Town. Each house there is painted a different colour gIving the streets a very striking look. In the afternoon we headed to the Newlands Stadium to watch the rugby game between ...
... down quickly and wish we'd made the decision sooner. I tried to catch the next HOHO but by that time it was too late. I could have gotten to the winery but I wouldn't have been able to get back. I threw in the towel once again with my "schedule" and joined the gang for beers at V&A waterfront. It was sunny and warmer and so nice to just relax, eat, drink and be merry. It was a better decision. That night Stan threw out the possibility of me joining him on the ...
... low vegetation. There is a visitors center lighthouse at the tip, which also happens to be an area where large groups of wild baboons congregate. They were quite content to walk around the cars and up among the people eating at picnic areas. Large signs warned people that the baboons can be aggressive, especially around food, which we learned later the in the afternoon, when Anna had a bag of potato chips snatched from her.
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