Stellenbosch, South Africa

landscapelifescape: Western Cape, Stellenbosch, South Africa The road to memory bliss, by bgladman

Babylonstoren, Cape Town, 2011 - Karen Roos

Babylonstoren - a luxury hotel and working farm in South Africa's Cape Winelands. Dine on fresh organic food in the Greenhouse Restaurant.

Cape Town really does have it all!

Cape Town is the second-most populous city in South Africa, after and the provincial capital and primate city of the Western Cape

Delaire Graffs Estate bar and restaurant - south africa, with views of the Simonsberg and 20 minutes from La Clé des Montagnes in Franschhoek

Delaire Graff Restaurant, Stellenbosch, South Africa You’re sitting: in the Cape Winelands At: The Delaire Graff Estate Looking at: Simonsberg Mountain Range and Estate vineyards Eating: kabeljou fish or free-range beef with bone marrow and oyster mus

Muizenberg, Cape Town

Muizenberg Beach in Muizenberg, Cape Town: Stop any Cape local with a wetsuit tan, the give-away sun bleached hair and a broad pair of paddling .

National Flower - the King Protea - and the Franschhoek Hugenot Monument

National Flower - the King Protea - and the Franschhoek Hugenot Monument, Franschhoek -South Africa

The gardens at Babylonstoren

Today, we left Cape Town and headed into South Africa’s wine lands around the foothills of the Simonberg mountains where the red soils, warm-dry summers and wet-but-mild winters provide ideal conditions for producing outstanding wines.