Jerry Rosenberg and Cheryl Wiesenfeld

New York - USA

29 April 2006

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I met Jerry and Cheryl at the De Waterkant cottage on the evening of the 28th  and after becoming acquainted we worked our plans for the next 2 days. 

On the morning of the 29th I met Jerry and Cheryl and we set out on a Winelands tour as well as a visit to the township of Kayamandi. 

 

Our first stop was in the city centre where I took the above picture of Cheryl and Jerry standing on the demarcated space representing the centre of Cape Town

 

 

We travelled to the Afrikaans Language monument where I took the above picture of Cheryl and Jerry

 

At the Afrikaans Language monument

 

We visited Kei Carpets near to Franschhoek

 

On our way back from Franschhoek we stopped in at an antiques store that Cheryl spotted. The above picture was taken in the store as shows up an old Apartheid sign that we found in the store.

 

We stopped in for lunch at Allee Bleue before moving on to Stellenbosch  to visit the township of Kayamandi

 

Lily and Cheryl standing next to Lily''s famous stove

 

Having fun with the kids outside of Lily's home

 

 

Under the rainbow in Kayamandi

 

Please click here to see everybody jiving on Lily's patio in Kayamandi
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With Johannes, Nosandile and Johannes's daughter outside of Nosandile's shack home

 

Having fun with Nonthando (Sweetness) in Zone J

 

Apples for kids! JJ


 

Day 2

Cape Peninsula

We started our day with a drive out to Muizenberg whereafter we moved on to Kalk Bay so as to have lunch at Matisse Restaurant.

 

 

Cheryl enjoying antiques on the Treasure Mile in Kalk Bay

 

While Cheryl shops....

Jerry waits patiently JJ

 

At the penguin colony on Boulders Beach in Simonstown

 

In the funicular going up to Cape Point

 

Meeting a friend at Cape Point JJ

 

At Cape Point

 

While having this photo taken a chacma baboon blissfully enjoys a mal in the background JJ

 

Selecting stone carvings at "The Statues" near Scarborough

 

 

 

Sunset on Chapmans Peak

 

Cheryl the producer takes command on Chapmans Peak JJ

 

Being painted at the Africa cafe my Masoeba

 

Cheryl painted up Africa style.

 

Last stop shopping at the Africa Cafe


It was absolutely wonderful to tour Cheryl and Jerry through the Cape Town and Cape Winelands region. We certainly got on very well with each other in that we had so much in common and together we had a wonderful time exploring my city and its surrounds. Both Cheryl and Jerry were so easy to get along with and this definitely contributed to us having such a wonderful tour together. All in all this was a wonderfully relaxing and fabulous tour for me and I can but only hope that Jerry and Cheryl felt similarly.

THANKS A TON CHERYL and JERRY.