Victoria Lodge Luxury Guest House & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I am officially in South Africa. We arrived this morning around 9:00 am in Capetown and got a ride to Stellenbosch. Driving to Stellenbosch, the scenery was beyond beautiful. I have never seen anything like this. Surrounded by mountains, beautiful homes, and animals that we dont have in Wisconsin. I started my ...
... and are watered naturally. These vines are used to produce Pinotage wine which is a mixture of Pinot Noir and Hermitage grapes. Pinotage is a red wine grape that is South Africa's signature variety. It was bred there in 1925 as a cross between Pinot noir and Cinsaut (Cinsaut was known as "Hermitage" in South Africa during that time, hence the portmanteau name of Pinotage). It typically produces deep red varietal wines with smoky, bramble and earthy ...
... on the corner of a street. It was really nice but very random. It was also gated in and had someone watching it. As we walked through, Cyril told us that in the past it was an area where gangs would fight and hurt and kill each other. There are even bodies buried there supposedly. So members of the community got together to make the area a garden to make it a more peaceful place.
Next we went to the train station. On our way, Cyril showed us the ...
... be able to do it very well. The only reason the kids complied with us pretty well today was because there was an incentive. And unfortunately the incentive just to have a clean environment and a clean place to stay isn't quite enough.
It was a short day today... we headed back home around 12:45 and just have been hanging out waiting to hear back from SHAWCO about some possible additions to our schedule for the rest ...
together with my classmates from events management I went for 6 days to Cape Town. The first day involved getting up at 3.30 AM for a 12 hours drive to Cape Town. Halfway we stopped in Tsitsikamma where we did a canopy tour up in 30 metre high trees-loved every second of it! after that we continue the long drive and got to our hotel around 7 PM.
The first day ...