La Petite Dauphine
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The day we are here for - our friends wedding. As it didn't start until 4 we took ourselves souvenir shopping before heading to the vineyards.
We walked from La Petite Dauphine - our hotel for tonight and the stunning setting for the wedding - to Stony Brook Vineyard. For the bargain price of R25 we got to taste five of the vineyards wines …
The Manic Party
Unsere kleine Feier im geladenen Freundes- und Familenkreis findet statt:
Our small celebration for invited friends and family will take place:
um/at: 16:30 Uhr
im/in: La Petite Dauphine: Cafe Bon Bon
La Petite Dauphine
Western Cape< …
We are the only guests – and we will be the only guests all night. This is where we meet Sensei. He is the chef, a true Sensei, having studied in Japan, evolving to becoming a chef. He has the entire night to dedicate exclusively to us. We browse his menu and decide to entrust our evening to him. We tell him to plan the meal for us; we are entirely in his care. We tell him we love avo and salmon and leave him to it. ...
... a glass or two (hic!!). So ye are all up to date.
Plan for tomorrow is to head for Hermanus to view the whales which are believed to be in the bay at the moment. Need to do a bit of research to see if we can make it to Cape Town tomorrow night where we will be based for the rest of the holiday.
Anyway bye for now,
A&L (More pics attached)
B&B has a comfy bed, but that's about it. Very cold, both in temperature and atmosphere. No other guests about (we didn't see any the whole time we were here !). The buffet breakfast was cold and unadventurous, with some processed meats, cold boiled eggs, fruit salad that consisted of orange fruit (paw-paw?) mixed with almost a full kiwi fruit! Weather today is still sunny / cloudy with a strong wind. Spent the day wandering about Stellenbosch, a pleasant ...