The Villas at Le Franschhoek
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... rolled in and over and up and around us, revealing the mountain in sections. The town of Franschhoek would appear then hide for a while, then the whole valley would be bathed in sunshine. The plant life although winter wax quite extensive changing from Fynbos to the mountain rocky stuff. but all very familiar. Down just in time for a quick change ...
... to try a milkshake and others got food and drinks. It was still painful to drink, but I consumed it. I had not ate much in the last couple of days because of the pain and talked about going to the hospital. Everyone finished their food and drinks so we left to find a taxi. This was easier said than done because we had to account for a group of eight. We couldn't find anything down the road so we went back to where we ate. The owner ...
... astounded how picturesque South Africa is. Massive mountain ranges and amazing coastal drives littered the way and we arrived into Cape Town about 6pm. It was our last official night on the trip and a meal and some drinks were had!
The next day we were off tour but no time to rest up yet. We took an afternoon tour out to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela and many political prisoners were held for alleged 'crimes’. The island itself is about 12km out of Cape ...
... we are not successful with our quest and I start to have doubts as to whether I will be able to use my router as I did in Australia.
Still, I won't give up yet.
Dinner is pleasant and and there is ice cream (vanilla) amongst the dessert choices (yipee!). We share our table with two ladies, both widowed, one comparitively recently, and the conversation is entertaining.
But it has been a long time since any of us have seen a bed so it is a very early night for all.
... with fantastic results.
With our bellies full of a larger than intended lunch, we started the drive north-east to our next destination, the small town of Franschoek in the heart of the winelands. Driving in this part of South Africa is very easy; the roads are very straight, well-maintained, most have a hard shoulder that can be used to let others overtake, and there’s very little on them. Our rapid progress meant that we began to notice a new palette of ...
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