A1 Kynaston B&B

Address: 23 Chestnut Ave , Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape, 6330, South Africa | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 23 Chestnut Ave , Jeffreys Bay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Jeffreys Bay

      Day 24 - Supertubes?

      A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 27, 2013

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      ... balcony we must not shut the sliding room door or we would be in danger of locking ourselves out. You've guessed it, less than 20 minutes after arriving Jackie came out to join me on the balcony and shut the door behind her. We were now locked out on her balcony! We knocked on the windows and doors to no avail. With sore knuckles, I had no choice but to don my brave hat and just like the 'Milk Tray' man, I scaled down the wall to the garden ...

      Jeffrey's Bay

      A travel blog entry by dudgeonhw on Mar 01, 2013

      ... the hordes of animals on show. Massive road trip back home in a five seater car (seven of us with a ton of luggage) after that and back to work Tuesday morning, got beaten up by a tortoise that day. Knocked down most of Shackless Roof, this house we're getting rid of, and seen plenty more animals/the rest of the park when we went up Kondoa (one of the mountains with a massive plateau on ...

      Surfing

      A travel blog entry by nbzweber on Apr 02, 2011

      1 photo

      ... a place that gave surf lessons. I thought in the “surfing Mecca of Africa” there would be many surf schools.

      We finally found a backpacker called “The Island” which gave surf lessons, and they didn’t require us to spend the night there. First, we started out learning the surfing technique on the shore. We practiced paddling and learned the steps to standing up. Then, we moved to the water where we ...

      Back to the Town of Cape! Ho Ho Ho!

      A travel blog entry by s.l.taylor on Dec 19, 2010

      26 photos

      ... br> Dinner was great, Paddy's trifle after was better, and then we all got ready to hit town - by passing Liana's rooftop garden for more drinks on the way in. 5 of us then headed out to a club in Greenpoint, me, Daniel, Paddy, Catrine and Lebo. I couldn't believe how many people were out getting trashed on Christmas Day! I know us brits do it, but at least it's at home with family!! The club was amazing though - we did more tequilas than I care to remember, and spent a lot ...

      Finally time to surf J Bay

      A travel blog entry by tristan_g on Jun 07, 2010

      41 photos

      ... Town to J-Bay are lost, and you'll notice that I have none posted here on my travel blog. Also, I lost some of the most amazing pictures I've ever taken during my treks through Patagonia. So, I have none of my good pictures of J-Bay pumping during the real swells and instead only some mediocre ones that I've copied from a few friends. But hey, I still remember the view looking out through the tubes...
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