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... Being in the most South-Western Point of Africa, after
walking all that way, I just can’t describe how I felt. I think I really needed
that after working all the week on my difficult article.
Oh, I forgot to tell you about the baboons. Haha. When you
drove to Cape Point, be careful! They are actually really dangerous, well they
are wild animals…..Just don’t forget to close your windows and lock your car.
No kidding! They ...
... to 600 and 300l old French casks. Naturally fermented from wild yeast and aged on lees for 12 months before bottling.
Sappy nose that could have passed for Grand Marnier! Orange peel. The palate followed through on this theme with an unripe acidic tangerine note. Very acidic. Not particularly pleasant.
We were treated to a buffet lunch accompanied by the wines we had tasted and got to take a tour of ...
... Cape Town. We jumped off at the V&A waterfront and tried to but tickets for the football which unfortunately has changed days and we can't now go, really gutted about this as I would have loved to have taken Jess to her first game. Then came a massive blow up between myself and Martyn and it really upset Jess, he had been in a funny mood all day and you could see he was ticking, I don't really know why he wanted to come out ...
... drive round the coast and up to wine country where i of course had a few wine tasting sessions, and got to try out my fair amount of wine. Went to a very famous South African winery called Groot Constantia it so old and so well known that even in the early 1800's they were exporting their wine around the world King Henry and Nepolian were amongst those who enjoyed and wrote about their wines. On the way back round the coast i was lucky enough to see some whales, unfortunately ...
... People from the surrounding cars jumped out and started to provide the most injured passengers the first aid. We wanted to help so much but at the same time we were a bit scared to touch the injured without gloves. They might have been HIV positive. At least we passed them our water. When the police arrived we gave our testimony to one of the police officers. Their attitude was so careless.
It was a frightful accident and it was a miracle nobody died. There were three ...