Pontac Manor Hotel
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... drives its education programmes, SANCCOB is also a leader in sea bird disease research.
I left my hotel at 8:30am, I took a brisk walk from 2 Braemar road to the Stadium where I caught bus T01 a bus which come every 15 minutes, I then had a one hour bus ride and got off at Grey and took another walk to 22 Pentz drive, there had been a slight delay when I was on the bus and I arrived at the ...
... bottling, of the wines.
Another business wow for me was that they offer bottling services to smaller winefarms, allowing them to bottle their own wines something that I don't think any other winefarm thought of doing.
After some more discussion with the locals I discovered that all their successes are not necessarily the brilliance of the Rupert's themselves, but in their ability to spot good ideas, buy it and take action.
Business brilliance at it's best.
... all going to the Cheese and Wine festival, which was a gathering of all the best wineries in the region. Also, back in January I had been put in contact with a girl called Candice who lived in Pretoria, who was nice enough to agree to show me around the place if I ever visited. When I got here, she heard about the cheese and wine festival and instead decided to come visit and tag along! Another cool example of how adventurous and friendly everyone is over here.
I was ...
... the operations manager at Collotype, Colin, was waiting for me with his brother. They are genuinely two of the nicest people I have ever met. They were nice enough to come and pick me up from the airport and drive me to the B+B I am staying at (Skinkikofi), which is around an hours drive. It was about 9:30 pm (still on Thursday!) by the time I had checked in, and they still insisted on taking me out to dinner at the local pub. Did I mention the local pub is directly behind ...
... see them. They live in the small beautiful but bit rocky beaches. People who lives a little up the hill in very fancy houses sees them every day. If you ever in Cape Town I can tell you it's pretty cute to check them and also the Simons town is amazing, as you have to leave train there (last stop anyways) and walk to penguins beaches. To enter you will pay ~5$ which is not much. Though you won't spend more than 30min inside. After ...