Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Viljoensdrift River Cruise


My mom and step-dad came to visit us in South Africa for two weeks in December. We celebrated my step-dad's birthday, which is also in December, on the Viljoensdrift River Cruise. We were nine people in total including my eldest daughter's boyfriend. The wind was strong, so we had to hold on to our picnic things, but we had so much fun that we didn't mind!

Viljoensdrift is also a wine farm. It's located in the Robertson Wine Valley along the Breede River. Their heritage for wine making began in 1818 when the first vines were planted by their French Huguenot forefathers. Continuing this proud tradition, brothers Fred and Manie Viljoen are producing award winning wines.

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The road to Viljoensdrift


The entrance to Viljoensdrift




Our kids and Jessica's boyfriend






Me and Hubby

My step-dad and mom

Sisters: Amanda, Jessica, and Samantha

My son and Jessica's boyfriend



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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Oystercatcher in Britannia Bay


My mom and step-dad stayed in a two-bedroom apartment at the Oystercatcher in Britannia Bay during our Christmas holiday last December. Samantha and Amanda slept in the upstairs room with the balcony. The rest of us were at my in-laws' beach house. If you missed the Christmas Day photos, then you can visit that post here. If you want to see more of the coast, then check out the related links below.

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Britannia Bay - Part 5


We had a lot of good food over the Christmas holidays at my in-law's house. Eating Cape Yellowtail was a first for me. My father-in-law cooked it over an open fire. My mom is in one of the pics where the yellowtail is being prepared for the braai (BBQ). My step-dad made the delicious watermelon salad pictured above. I also have a few fun shots of kites flying at the beach.

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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Britannia Bay - Part 4


Horses and Dogs at the Beach

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