Lee and Felicity Waters

Cardiff - Wales - UK

31 December 2003

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I met Lee and Felicity at Leeuwenvoet guesthouse and after a short period of getting to know one another we started our journey into the Cape Winelands


We started our journey going through the history of SA with me using the Afrikaans language Monument as a vehicle to describe these facts to Lee and Felicity. The following two pictures are of Lee and Felicity at the monument



We travelled on to Rust en Vrede winefarm where I taught lee and Felicity all about wine and we had a wonderful time lapping up the gorgeous scenery on the farm thereafter.


Lee and Felicity at Rust en Vrede

We then moved on to Kayamandi where we had a fabulous township visit with lee and Felicity meeting many of the wonderful people of Kayamandi

Lee, Shumi Ndlebe and Felicity in Shumi's bedroom


Shumi showing off her guesthouse room to Felicity and Lee

Shumi and Felicty outside Shumi's home

We had fun with Bani Bagosto at the Ikamva Lethu centre.

We met the kids of Kayamandi and as can be seen from the next photos Lee and Felicity really enjoyed spending time with these wonderful youngsters of the township


We travelled back to Cape Town and went to the Africa Cafe for New Years eve. Bette joined us for the evening and what a night it truly was . Bette and I thought that it was one of the best New Year's eve parties we had ever been too and I somehow or other think that Lee and felicity felt similarly. The following pictures tell the story

HAPPY 2004


On our 2nd touring day together I took Lee and Felicity on a Cape Peninsula tour.


Waters and waters at the Money Tree Cafe in Kalk Bay


I took Felicity and Lee to the hidden little Olympia Theater in Kalk Bay


A batik was bought along the way from Musa Khaly in his Simonstown studio


At the penguin colony


Cape Point proved to be a windy event. JJ


Felicity and Lee admiring the view from Slangkop
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The scenery from Chapmans Peak proved to be as beautiful as ever on the day


Farewell hugs to Cape Town taken at Llandudno


On Signal Hill we celebrated with a toast to the city of Cape Town and a great tour overall

This was such a wonderful tour. Lee and Felicity were fabulous people to tour with and I enjoyed every minute of their presence while on tour. Overall this was a very relaxing journey through The Winelands and Cape Town and as we never pushed to see "more" we did all our touring very qualitatively. Lee and Felicity were wonderful travellers to tour with. Their company was most enjoyable and their sense of appreciation as to what Cape Town could offer them was absolutely amazing. New Years eve was a wonderful evening and this night alone will result in the fact that it will be very hard to ever forget the great tour I had with Lee and Felicity Waters.




A warm welcome to my cork club!

Received 17 January 2004

Hi Selwyn,

Just a quick note to thank you again for making our holiday so special. The
31st December is a day (and night) we will always remember. The Africa Cafe definitely knows how to throw a great party. What a night!

I'm working on something to send you.  In the meantime just to let you know
I've mentioned you to a few people I know in BBC radio as a great
contributor for the 10th anniversary in the spring; and also to some people
who are coming out to South Africa on their holidays.

I'll be in touch