Protea Hotel Island Club
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- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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HERMANUS, WORCESTER, CERES Leaving Engen Garage at 9 am. - 6 hours drive opening odometer 95480kms And we are off! On time at 9am! All in convoy and our trip begins... Of course the men start testing out their 2 way radios, and Bruwer reminds us that it was a year ago that he first approached Douwien with a plan to go to Botswana, Douwien in turn approached me at bridge one Friday to which I was first hesitant before talking to Alick. All our ...
... for Cassie's birthday and to wish us well on our trip, and we got them to help us carry heavy things to the car and got Darren to help Dad check out the tent, put the mattress in and get the bedding on the bed. Dry groceries have now been packed in the draws of the car. Final lists as to what fresh produce will be bought has been finalized. We are on track for leaving on the 19th and great excitement is building ...
... of Africa with a passion - but today I do not love black South Africans. Today I am embarrassed to call myself a South African.
We are currently trying to plan the next leg of our trip from Dar Es Salaam through Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Zambia, Namibia, Botswana and home, but this is all hanging in the balance because of the bad behaviour of some very ignorant South Afrcans. I hope that this is sorted out very soon.
... but with 15% new oak and 11 months maturation on the lees.
Pale ruby with intense nose of wild strawberry. Palate is rich without being heavy with more strawberry notes, subtle oak, a hint of vanilla and more length than the Village.
Great tasting of lovely wines. The prices in South Africa are absolutely unbelievable with the last Pinot costing the equivalent of £8.25 a bottle!
Having spent the ...
... 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, ...