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... a tasting area out on the lake, nice foot bridge leading to it across the lake, it was worth a photo
We selected a table and asked for a tasting, this was all blended wines from various vineyards in the area, started with a white wine, it was nice and refreshing, just not enough of it, then a sip of water, then onto the red wines and she told us about the blend and what vine yards they came from
... high on list of “must do” and in fact I had decided I wasn’t going to bother with High Tea here during our stay.
What can I say? The flesh is weak. Once at the hotel in all its glory and grandeur, that was it … inside the doors, forget the toilet stop … booking for afternoon tea made, 3.30pm, perfect - Wednesday 6th May !!
Now for the toilet stop … I love these big old ...
... mind a few times what if a big gust of wind came along....well I would of had a face full of rocks! But if I always listened to the what if's I wouldn't be on this trip!! Make sure you book your slot in advance as it was super busy and if you go and have cash on you to pay. After my paraglide I went down to the waterfront to listen to the busker auditions being held. There was some awesome talent, they put Britain's got talent to shame! 19th ...
... not sketchy sass locals you meet a lot here haha. So was cool to talk to them about their lives. Kwezi is a professional surfer and has traveled the world surfing. Edu has family from all over the world, just finished his degree in business and law and now is about to start traveling the world to visit his parents and siblings. DTR got a drinking game happening which included a lot of hi 5ing random people and handstands. Patti did a handstand for the first time in her ...
... you can probably get away with it".
Not being one to argue we first sat down at a table to admire the view but then later moved onto the lawn (they provided pillows) where we partook in the tastings. Now unlike most wine tasting I have ever done, where the quantity is a measured amount, the free pouring nature of this winery meant a spittoon was definitely required. £3.40 for what worked out to be two ...
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