Sugar Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... was, as D said, 'same but different' - new paintings/pictures on the wall, room numbers on the bottom of doors (they have to be different!) - as guests "kept forgetting which room they were in."
It was an evening of much laughter, safari stories, wine and a little bit of dinner - we were still full from lunch. Before we knew it, it was past midnight. Our limo (!) wasn't available and A kindly got an Uber for us. Back at the hotel, we all pretty much fell into bed.
Tomorrow - the ...
... in South African wine delivering about 3 million cases annually. After a dip in the 1990s, it is now resurgent under their new Romanian born cellarmaster Razvan Macici who arrived in 2001 and had many recent accolades for a range of around 56 different wines aimed at all levels of the market. Winnie says don’t think that just because they are huge they can’t make great wine – they can and do.
Dry-farmed Chenin Blanc bush vines ...
... From June until December you have every chance to see the whales and there are plenty to see. We spent an hour watching four whales within about 600 meters of the beach - our boat was able to get as close as they are permitted to get.
Now I am excited about coming to live here - I haven't even touched the Garden Route, Stellenbosch and the wine country and the myriad of other things there are to see and do. It will be great to be here full time from January ...
... a mild incline, we looked in our bag for water, but only found wine, obviously. At this point we saw two boys run past us, half laughing at our attempt at running and failing, and at our bottle of wine. Finally we got half way up the hill, to a really nice spot where we could see the sunset. Definitely not the top, but still an amazing view. The two boys who had run past us earlier had also stopped there and were talking amongst themselves in Afrikaans. It wasn't until one of ...
... so much a hike as a scramble, with thousand foot drops off your side and no railing. There’s a part of it that’s a via ferrata – with ladders and some handholds, but for the most part it’s just you and your feet. It’s not a straight climb – there are generally handholds and footholds all over the place but it was a little nervewracking. It’s sort of interesting because when I first got here at ...