Protea Hotel Island Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... so we washed it down with a Pinotage. Apparently a grape variety that was developed in SA and remains pretty unique here also. Somewhere between a Shiraz and a pino.
Next morning out we popped from this motel bright eyed and bushy tailed, no hangovers here. Or maybe just one shared. No make that two. Quiet trip back to CT.
Weather quite cold now and wet and weindy and ******.
Tomorrow we fly out to Victoria Falls and the beginning of the animals. Can't wait.
... to hear about some of the great work and projects going on with some suppliers. In particular, a project that UniWines have been working on to produce lower alcohol wine at the vineyard level. As part of their 20x20 Sustainability Plan, Sainsbury's plan to double the sales of lighter alcohol wine and reduce the average alcohol content of own brand wine and beer by 2020. This project is using new and innovative methods to produce ...
... day. The farm manager must then make a judgement call, balancing the results of the QC tests with other factors such as weather and how many pickers are available. With apples that need to colour such as pink ladies, the pickers might go through the orc*******ce just picking fruit that is pink enough and a second time once the rest of the fruit has gained enough colour.
This week I also learned about the importance of pruning. On Thursday I went with Andries ...
... back, we were able to start work on her interior. First up, she went to Alucab to have 2 gull-wing doors fitted. Sadly, the one was fitted rather scew, but they serve the purpose. We installed LED lights for all round light when the gull wings are open.
Gary modified the centre console unit by padding the top so that it's soft on the elbow, adding a lock and ...
... Despite it being pretty much a blur, the scenery was stunning on this leg of the journey, vineyards, rolling hills and lagoons reflecting the setting sun. We arrived at our Anchor Rest Guesthouse at 6.02pm, where we met the owner, Hilary, who insisted on showing us on a map, where half a dozen of her favourite restaurants were situated. Her husband, Rex, booked us in for a whale watching tour the following morning. We were then shown to our ...