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... the vine!) and seemed to have a lot more grapes, but this may be due to the vines being older and more developed on the panels. Grapes which are in the sun are prone to sunburn and turned the grapes into raisins, which sometimes looked similar to rot and so I had to be careful not to mix these up. Although it was quite hard work, it was good to learn more about the grapes, what issues are faced on the farm and ...
... Dutchies) serving up some rather tasty snack and to cap it off inside was a log fire to warm us up as it turned a bit nippy. The sea was calmer today and we saw more bits of whales, inc mum and baby, than yesterday but they just didn't "fin up" for us! The activities on offer today included great white shark safaris and daring cage dives! As you can see Mike and I opted for the tried and tested hike! Forecast is for cooler ...
... his grandkids or children like to play soccer and he said yes of course and he told me that he also used to play when he was younger and how he had to have knee surgery. After talking with Cecil, I decided to secretly save one of the balls for his family. After our lecture at the school, Cecil dropped us off back at home and I asked him if he would like to keep that mini soccer ball to give and play with his grandkids. Watching his face light up with joy after I asked him this was ...
Jen - not quite locked up in a South African prison but I have two weeks left for that - knowing my luck that'll be my next blog entry! I love that your comment about Knockengorrouch and the royal hatings was right after my mum's comment saying how fun the street party was! Rosie I heard Sally and Andrew started the classic strip the willow! I'm jealous - everyone's fave! Inds I also have a getting poo'd on story coming right up! Dad it's hilarious that you got offered marijuana ...
Leaving Cape Town I head east where I will spend one night couchsurfing in Gans Bay, South Africa. I will be staying with Brenda & Jorge while I am there. I decide to take the route that goes along the coast instead of up the mountain. That way I can stop and take photos of some of the towns along the way.
My first stop after about an hour of driving is at the seaside town of Hermanus. It's a whale watching hot spot, but the season for that ends ...