Joan and Tony Lewis
Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, UK.
6 February 2009
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I met Tony and Joan at the North Wharf Hotel and we immediately set off on our Cape Winelands tour
At the Afrikaans Language Monument outside of Paarl
Winetasting at Muratie
Enjoying time with Lily in her Kayamandi home
Having great fun with the kids in the Ikamva Centre
Walking in Zone J
With Onezwa and her family in Zone J
Having fun with the "trash for fruit" kids in Zone J
Cape Peninsula Tour
With Just Nuisance in Simonstown
At the penguin colony
Having fun at Cape Point. JJ
We made it! JJ
The picture says it all, JJ
All in all this was a wonderful 2 day tour with Tony and Joan. As a couple Joan and Tony were very easy to travel with and together we enjoyed the splendours of the Cape Peninsula ride on a day where the weather happilly played the game all the way. The only problem with this tour was that they was that Tony loved 20/20 cricket. JJ The Lewis's were a true pleasure to travel with and our journey together was certainly memorable for me and I can but only hope for them too.
Thanks a ton Tony and Joan
Received 10 February 2009
Hello Selwyn from Sawbridgeworth,
Joan and I returned home a little while ago to your lovely email. We stayed
overnight with our friends near the airport to save the long drive home.
They and their 2 teenage daughters enjoyed the photographs, you took of our
visit, posted on your site. We are enjoying them ourselves back at home.
We did relish our two days spent in your company. Believe us you gave us so much more insight and understanding than we could ever have expected or hoped for. And if we were able to give back to you the satisfaction of 2
days well spent then I think it was a very valuable time. We were truly
gratified to read your comments about your "old days" on your family trips
and your "awesome compliment" on our company.
We will have many wonderful memories to relive and loads of stories to tell
and re-tell to friends, family and workmates.
Once again thanks for your totally professional and enthusiastic guidance.
Finally as the Scots would say "Lang may yer lum reek!"
A very happy and content
Tony and Joan