The Last Word Franschhoek
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love it, very small and special!!
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... floor we see cattle, baboons, eland, sheep while in the distance clouds have formed above jagged peaks and white mantles cover those distant peaks toward the Indian Ocean, sliding off the shoulders and into the valleys. Stunning! As we climb out of this area we entered yet another region - The Little Karoo, a semi arid desert. Here again the land forms change and we find fields bordered by pine forests and ...
... one of the oldest in South Africa. The winery had amazing old buildings and started in the 17th century. After all the wine it was time to party in Stellenbosch as it was our last big night out as a group - so many new friends that have made the tour so fun! In the morning we woke up with sore heads (some more than others - Nathan!) and into the big yellow truck for the last time. Final destination - Cape ...
... of a headache. Couple more great meals in the last few days (we haven't ran into a poor meal yet).
Bit of shopping in the morning and a tour of the chocolate factory, then off to our next adventure - heading East a few hours from here.
... water and the absolutely huge, huge, long bodies of these whales just beneath the surface of the water. Incredible. And then...as we were on our way out from a distance we saw one jump out of the water. A sight I will never forget.
The last bit of fun to report was the South African braai we attended at Maritzas. Their braai is equivalent to our barbeque, cook-out, fry-out (Kristy!). Quite an extensive thing I must say. ...
... mountains. Our room includes an inclusive stocked mini bar including champagne, beer, booze, etc. and snacks. The room phone is a cell phone which is for our use while in the area. We are close to the main street, so we walked into town and down the entire length of the main drag. There is a PostNet in town so we went in to see the difference between their store and our old store. ...