Protea Hotel Island Club
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Day one - 16th march - hermanus - Today the rain ****** on my parade. Rained a ridiculous amount!! Felt like being back in England! I was also gutted as I arrived at the hostel they told me that it was out of season to do white water rafting. I was really hoping to go as anybody who knows me knows that I am petrified of open water. So this would have been a challenge for me. I also couldn't go zip lining due to the rain. So I had a day walking around the shops and had my hair dyed ...
... 19% of the estate vines, 8-25 year old. South and South West facing slopes. 100% wild fermented in a selection of French oak barrels (20% new, the rest 2nd; 3rd and 4th fill). Light lees stirring to retain freshness. The wine remained on the lees for a total of nine months. 40% of the wine went through malolactic fermentation.
Pale, buttery nose with some citrus and bready notes. Full and creamy palate with well ...
The majority of the guests are older than us. Much! If you have seen the film you will know that the hotel is full of genteel retired English people. It's very similar here, except that is interspersed with a few Germans!!! A few years ago, all you heard walking along the High Street was English. Now it is German! Hey ho! Well, to be fair the weather hasn't been that great! Mornings have tended to be cloudy and ...
... homemade fudge and coffee and further down the road we came to the first chocolate shop. We were told the would be a tour at 11am so we headed off to window shop a little more before heading back, ready for the tour. The tour took us into a room above the chocolate shop where a man explained to us how chocolate came to be and that it actually started with a drink until one man got figured there had to be more to this cocoa then just drinking it and invented chocolate, ...
... Kromco's gates. The trucks come in and present their paperwork to the team. The farms must have sent their spray programmes along with the fruit so that Ellie can make sure they are keeping to withholding periods. A withholding period is the minimum period of time that must elapse between the last application of an agricultural chemical and the use of the product to which the chemical was applied. If Ellie isn't happy with the withholding period the fruit must be sent for MRL ...