The Last Word Franschhoek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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love it, very small and special!!
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... there was a table at their swanky Indochine had become available and would I like to come along – damn right I would and I would bring some of my friends too! Alas, one who I wanted to take decided that the menu was a little too adventurous but seven of us booked a taxi and headed back up the valley at dusk to this culinary temple. On the way we could see a huge fire burning across the hills behind Stellenbosch – an orange ...
... into our already cold and wet wetsuits and neared the floating cage we could see 2 baby sharks circling it. The crew attached the cage whilst we waited looking like chubby succulent seals. Then the skipper shouted "Shark, shark shark, get in the cage, get in the cage". We shuffled to the side of the boat where we given a mask and a video camera was shoved in our face, before clambering down into the cage. The Englishman went first, followed by me, then to my surprise and ...
... afternoon tour with a wine tasting, naturally!! The current wine master on the estate is a guy that Tom took there once he had started the project and remains there today producing award winning wine. We spent lots of time getting an education on the Hughes family history, Tom and Dawns time in Africa and also Tom's various projects around the world. He is still working ...
... a real backpackers -a bed!!! And no tent!!!! Athough, not so worried about the tent as lately i have just been sleeping under the stars. Its warm, dry, and there are no mozzies.
South Africa more developed than Namibia. Roads perfect ( well so far ), towns and shops just like NZ, Aust etc. Cafes, restaurants, food etc perfect. Bit more expensive than Namibia but still a bit cheaper than ...
... a town called Springbok but being Easter weekend it was heaving. It took us 40 minutes to get served a milkshake and then we had to fight our way round the supermarket trying to get some lunch. Early evening we arrived in the lovely town of Stellenbosch. The town was mainly of German influence so the buildings were really pretty. Our home for the next few nights was ...