... started off with an Easter egg hunt. As soon as Jeanette and family arrived, Bradley was on a mission to hunt for eggs in the garden. The Easter Bunny can't hide any of his eggs before they come because the Robbie and Jackie (doggies!) would love to nibble on some brightly covered choccie found in their garden!
"Look .... 'Lainey .... eeter ... egg"
Then .... it was time for relaxing with family and friends. A beautiful autumn day ... sitting under the tree with autumn leaves gently wafting down - some on the table and on plates of food ....and in the wine .. :) Nothing nicer than sitting in the garden, with a braaied (bbq) lunch served with salads and a very good wine ... with family (not all of them unfortunately - my son and family were in the Drakensberg having their own lovely Easter weekend) and friends - our 'old' friends R and C and our Colombian friends, CS and CA.
CS made a very tasty Peruvian chicken dish (she is originally from Peru) which is made with chillies - yummy! Thank you, CS, for a little taste of Peru!
... and the wine we had was one of my favourites, Meerendal Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot - just to get the taste buds going ... followed by this one ...
... from Boekenhoutskloof, in the beautiful town of Franschoek in the Cape. Will do a whole post on this magnificent wine estate - we've been there and done the wine tasting where we were accompanied by a wine guru and critic ..... and ... where we tasted the most magnificent bottle of wine - The Journeyman 2005 - of which there were only 5 Barrels produced!!!! It deserves it own post!!
Later, in the early evening the two girls stayed for coffee and that's when.....