Protea Hotel Island Club
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Today was the big shark dive day! A 5:30am pick up and a 2 hour drive later and we are there. After safety briefing and signing that we won't sue if we get eaten, we head out to Shark Alley. Jono and I were the first divers and we were treated the best viewing. It was bloody cold, the water temp was only 14 degrees. We had a great white swim right in front of us with his tail whipping into the cage (not all groups were that lucky). Amazing ...
... who bought me a flash air SD card for my camera in Malaysia which helped me to instantly upload my photos from my camera to my iPad so that I could update my blog, worked fantastically. I went through 5 packets of Baby Wipes/ facial wipes just to keep my hands clean, which never came clean. I used 4 tubes of hand cream and about 4 different lipice products to keep my lips from chapping . I went through 3 bottles of Flomist for my nose just so that I could breathe due to ...
... the Moon and Queen Elizabeth national park with the tree climbing lions. Into Rwanda for gorilla trekking, and then to Burundi to drive Lake Tanganyika from north to south.
Then Burundi went to war, and people started fleeing the country for their lives. I do believe it is still continuing.
And so.... change of plan number 2! After all, this is Africa, and it needs to keep us on our toes. So, no more ...
... punched through by hand or pumped over 2-3 times per day. The wine was transferred to French oak barrels and stainless steel tanks where malolactic fermentation took place. The wine is partially matured in French oak for three months.
Pale ruby. Cherry nose, legs. Crisp, lush, high acidity. Some tannic shape to the wine but quite short on the finish.
6. Estate Pinot Noir 2013
Made in a similar way to ...
... building red 1847. The sun shone down right above the building and off in the distance the most sight of a mountain with the clouds literally rolling down over it. I'm yet to see table mountain and the cloud cover known as the "Table cloth" but this view gave me a fair idea of what to expect as the clouds literally hit the top of the mountain and gradually rolled down the sides slowly covering the mountain in a blanket of white. Down the road a bit further was the ...