User description you'll be able to choose between a cold breakfast or the recent a la carte menu. After breakfast and loads of espresso, we boarded our bus and went to the famous graveyard in Matjiesfontein. Here our guide gave us extra info on James Logan and his family. We stopped at their native market and shopped for homemade jams, soaps, artwork, crafts and treats before boarding our bus once more and heading for Platform sixty two in Asthon.It’s principally an infinite farm stall with a huge wine, brandy, gin and liquer choice. They offer various tastings and pairings, and have a big restaurant outdoors with a children play space, pet chickens and even a pet pig.The food can also be actually, actually good – big portions at such an excellent worth. After tasting various spirits and wines, we headed outdoors for lunch earlier than going back in to the tasting room for a extremely fascinating and fun brandy tasting / pairing.We tried varied brandies with chocolates, honey, ginger, tonics and even orange juice. I highly suggest this pairing expertise should you ever end up in Ashton.After that, we boarded our bus back to Cape Town, merry from the day’s festivities. We’d all purchased wine during the day and at this point we have been all sharing and having slightly party on the bus – coupled with The Forgotten Route’s very cool playlist.We arrived again in Cape Town at about 7pm crammed with nice tales, recollections and new friendships from our journey. I’d highly advocate this tour amongst pals as everybody had a brilliant nice time. The subsequent morning, we had breakfast at the beautiful Lord Milner Hotel.

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