Kaye Ellen Connor
Bill and Sandy Watson
Kim Brogdon
Candy Whitley
Sue Woodward
Bob and Marsha Tucker
Sam and Ann Hunter
Joe McLamb

Goldsboro - North Carolina - USA

28 October  2007

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I shared this tour of 11 folk from North Carolina, hence my naming them the  NC11 tour J, with my brother Robert.  We all met up at Avanti Guesthouse and set off on a Cape Winelands tour


Our first stop was at Villiera winefarm where the next pictures were taken





What happened to that cork??


Robert explaining the process of winemaking in the Villierra cellars



Joe checking that the bottle really is not 2 buck chuck. J


The whole group at the Afrikaans language monument


Sam and Ann enjoying themselves at the Afrikaans language monument


Robert and Kaye Ellen in some serious discussions at the Afrikaans language monument


Marsha amongst the roses at Beyerskloof winefarm


Sue also getting in amongst the roses.


Not to be outdone Kim stepped in amongst the roses too


The group listening to Robert talking about Beyers Truter (owner) on the Beyerskloof farm



Wine-tasters unite! J


The whole group on the Beyerskloof winefarm

Sam, Ann, Bill Joe, Kaye Ellen and Kim (Back)
Ann, Marsha, Sandy, Sue, Candy and Robert (Front)


Day 2

Cape Town, Kirstenbosch and the penguin colony


We started our day with a shopping expedition to Tribal Trends and the Greenmarket Square





Sue and Kim with an admirer on the Greenmarket Square


Bargaining on the Greenmarket Square


Bob and Marsha on the Greenmarket Square


Sam and Ann looking for bargains


We moved on to Kirstenbosch where the above photo was taken.


Bill enjoying Kirstenbosch


We stopped in at Bon Appetit for lunch where the above pictures were taken.


Sam admiring some oysters before enjoying them J


Sue and Sandy at the Penguin colony


Kim having fun at Boulders Beach


Smile Mr. Penguin! J




Sam and Ann decided to tackle the penguins in unison. JJ


We travelled around the Peninsula via Red Hill and then it seemed as if we lost contact with Roberts group so I moved on and took those with me up Table Mountain where the above photo was taken.


Doing the Table Mountain shuffle


Walking atop of Table Mountain


Leaving Table Mountain

The NC11's were a great group to travel with. Considering that they made up 11 people it was quite amazing to see how they decided on what to do in unison with such great ease. This made touring with them a great pleasure. Much fun was had by all and overall a great tour for Robert and myself.


Received 5 November 2007


Hello Selwyn,

We owe you a tremendous thanks for helping us makes the most of our time in Cape Town and environs. We found the whole experience delightful, and we so want to come back and see more! Thanks to both you and Rob!!!! Hope to see you again on our next trip to South Africa, 

Ann and Sam Hunter