False Bay


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False Bay

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(Placename) a bay in SW South Africa, near the Cape of Good Hope
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I waited for the snow tull clear, an' there was Narrow Reach, nice uz ye please, tull the east'ard an' the islands un the mouth o' False Bay tull the south'ard.
Known as 'The Grape White', the adventurousness of this quirky pinot grigio is inspired by the great white sharks that brave the icy waters in pursuit of fun on the coast of False Bay in South Africa's Western Cape.
ON-WINE SHOPPING 2016 False Bay Old School Syrah PS7.
The expo will be staged at the False Bay Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College, Mew Way, Khayelitsha.
Cape Town has a whopping 72 beaches with a coastline extending 307 km along the West Coast, Cape Peninsula and False Bay.
In August of this year, Granny had been spotted swimming with a couple dozen killer whales at False Bay at the San Juan Island, (http://www.
What makes The Dollar House more special is the ideal location, surrounded by award winning wine farms, sandy beaches of Gordons Bay, Strand and False Bay with more than 20 famous golf ranges in close proximity to the village.
The LaunchLab has been active in stimulating entrepreneurship at Stellenbosch University and increased its activity to other campuses in the Western Cape and more recently also included the Technical Vocational and Education Training institute, False Bay College.
Whales are spotted all along the coast at this time of year and around Seal Island - just off the shores of False Bay - is the only place in the world where you can see great whites leap out of the water to attack seals from below.
Further up the coastline of False Bay, I stop off for souvenirs at the quirky, Bohemian seaside town of Kalk Bay, with its colourful antique shops and stores selling African trinkets, books, hand-crafted clothing, tableware and other ephemera.
penguins Boulders Beach Further up the coastline of False Bay, I stop off for souvenirs at the quirky, Bohemian seaside town of Kalk Bay, with its colourful antique shops and stores selling African trinkets, books, hand-crafted clothing, tableware and other ephemera.
To accompany our meals I enjoyed a 250ml glass of False Bay Sauvignon Blanc (PS6.