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... we ended up going to Delaire Graff which was a really nice looking vineyard, really chick but the problem were the wines, none of them were good. We tried Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve but none of them was actually good.
Later we left Sandra at the entrance to the vineyard Rustenberg, said good bye to her and head out of Stellenbosch. Our next destination was the Cheetah Outreach, close to two cities: Somerset West and Strand.
... generous wine tasting of 5 different wines. Interesting to start drinking at 10 am - but adds alot of laughs to the day. Hopefully AA will not be the first stop after our trip - do they have openings for 10?? Weight watchers here we come.
Then we went to lunch at another winery - just in case we were hungry - Laborie. Again great food. Then off to another winery - ...
... are a bit challenging, but the kids do not laugh at me, as much as they used to, at my amateur attempts at speaking their local language. Communication is one of the more interesting things that I am fortunate enough to learn here as I am challenged each day with coming up with innovative ways to coach, teach and be a friend. My co-workers and I walked all around the community to four different schools to speak with the Principals and Athletic Directors about Hoops 4 Hope. All of ...
... going all around it and taking pictures! I later found out that it was the first solid lighthouse structure built on the South African coast! Interesting facts!
Across the street from where we stood was the west gate entrance to the Green Point Park! Curiosity got the best of me and within seconds, I was rapidly crossing the street with Michel being already ahead of me!
... 2pm we were handing back the keys to our rental car and the man was most pleased we brought it back without a scratch (except of course for the 30 odd dents and dings on it when we acquired it).
We were only supposed to be collected at 3pm by our tour company so we had half an hour to kill. We spotted our meeting point – the info desk – and spotted a rather sketchy-looking man pacing with irritation, regularly checking his phone. ...