The Last Word Franschhoek
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love it, very small and special!!
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... do not like at all, but wow!!! It was sooo good!! Next we had a great lunch at vineyard and stopped at la motte vineyard for another tasting. Their Shiraz was very nice! Next we waked through town for a while and bought a nice painting of an elephant and baobab tree! We then went back to the b&b for a nap and to prepare for a huge dinner! Dinner started at 8 at Le Quartier Francais- the tasting room. It is really a feast ...
... with the trans, so I stayed behind. Skyped mum and dad for an hour, sorted some photos, did some blog, some washing and some shopping.
Today posted some stuff home (again!) did more internet stuff and more wandering around town. Avoided a protest march by the local municipal workers wanting a pay rise and hung around the hostel enjoying the sun. Out for Thai for dinner tonight which will be great. Off to Cape Town tomorow and the trip end.
Having left the high adrenalin joy of Swakopmund, we continued on our merry way down Namibia, en route to the the tenth and final country of our "camping-adventure-safari", South Africa, encountering another couple of superlatives as we went...
After a hard day's driving, we arrived at Sossusvlei, Namibia, home to the highest sand dunes in the world. Our destination was ...
... the destination before driving off. It was about 20km down the road before we realised we were on our way to Wilderness and not the winelands. We spent the day checking out several wineries. Even bought a few bottles to keep stocked on our journey. We visited Spier's, Delheim and Simonsig in Stellenbosch and then onto the Grande Provence Estate in Franschhoek. The driver (Danielle) was ...
... no one every did a head count. A lot of people told us how well behaved the kids were, which was nice to hear. They kids did do a great job, even in the midst of their excitement. I got a little aggravated when tourists started gawking and taking pictures of the kids. (I know, they’re darn cute, but it was a little weird)
Back at the school it was time to say goodbye, as it was the last time the volunteer group would be there. (My mom and I hope to ...