Tag: Stellenbosch

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Stellenbosch (part 2) – a kid-free morning

We explored Stellenbosch for the first time in years a few weeks ago, and I decided then to come back with a girl friend and no kids, so I could properly enjoy the gorgeous shops that abound in central Stellenbosch.

First stop was the unique Schoon de Companje, to indulge my new ice cream addiction at fanny Chanel. What started as a bakery, has grown to encompass an enticing array of coffee, wine, cheese, ice cream and other fresh foods. Definitely worth a pop in or a more leisurely meal.

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Stellenbosch – a day trip to delight the senses

We recently had that rare opportunity of a free weekend – absolutely nothing in the calendar! A day trip was clearly needed, and this time we chose Stellenbosch as the destination.

First stop – wine tasting of course. We went with the gorgeously Provençal Waterford estate. Because wine paired with chocolate.

Waterford just oozes French charm. Their lavender wasn’t at its most glorious, but there’s still plenty to admire.

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