Well it has been an absolute pleasure sharing our weekend at Berghoff Fynbos Farm with you all here on my blog.
Here’s a few more photo’s I took before heading back home…
We had a awesome time although on our way back home Mornè’s car broke. I would not recommend that you go to visit in a normal sedan. Normal cars are not made to withstand that bumpy road. Don’t get me wrong if the roads were in better condition even though it is a dirtroad I would surely visit more often. Unfortunately I do not have a 4×4 or a vehicle that can take the punch.
So to sum up the only reason at this stage that is keeping me from going back is the road. I am not afraid of dirt roads and I love driving on them but the damage and costs involved to fix your car is just too much.
The views on your way back are absolutely stunning….
Thank you for taking the time to look at my work and I look forward to sharing more of my travels with you.
On 26 May 2012 the finalists of the Winelands Winter Queen pageant held a High Tea in aid of The Cancer Association of South Africa or in shortCANSA. The main focus of the morning was Breast Cancer.
On the morning of the High tea Sheryl Linda Long a breast cancer survivor came to share her story with us. What a remarkable woman. Her faith and will to live is just so heartwarming and I must admit she had me in tears.
One of my biggest fears are being diagnosed with the big C but I am very happy to know that there are hope and support out there.
Now for those of you that don’t know what CANSA does here is just a short explanation I got off their website. For more information please go and read all about them.
At long last I decided that my mom’s Anthurium Plant will be my photo of the day. My uncle gave the plant to my mom many many years ago.
Every year since she got it it’s blooming like mad and when they moved to us we thought now the plant is going to die because it had to be outdoors. But instead it went on and on and giving more and more lovely flowers.
It’s winter here in South Africa and color is always welcome on the cold and gloomy days.