Day Three certainly presented something of a challenge, but I believe we were up to it.
The day began with Bratwurst, served with Katoffelsalat, Brotchen and Senf, (sausages, potato salad, rolls and German mustard), served with a rather nice Slovenian Sauvignon/Laski Riesling blend. Swiftly followed by Makroud el Louse – delicious almond biscuits from Algeria, prepared by my wife’s own fair hand. The evening’s fayre gave us barbecued king prawns, minute steaks and Angove Estate Trebbiano followed by Charles Melton Rose of Virginia 2009. Exotic mango fruit salad completed the Ghanaian offering.