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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      Busing it to Jeffreys Bay

      A travel blog entry by libafrica-usa on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... weird, dodgy guy, and were offered a 'goodluck with that one'. Standing in the airport Skip surprised our whole group by announcing it was he was going to be our leader! The excitement levels went through the roof. Our whole group was so ecstatic and that much more excited to start on our second adventure of the trip. Meeting our coach we travelled about 45mins to Jeffrey's Bay, a bustling little surf town famous ...

      Day 24 - Supertubes?

      A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 27, 2013

      4 photos

      ... huge portions. I had a fillet steak and chips, Jackie had a fish combo. We couldn't manage a pudding, but did squeeze in an Irish coffee. As we were leaving, we immediately regretted not bringing our jackets as it was blowing a 'hooley'. We were blown back along the roads to the B&B. We must have had sufficient alcohol because we both fell asleep almost straight away, despite it being just a small double bed! Song of the Day - Waves by ...

      Lions, and Tigers, (and Bears) Oh My!

      A travel blog entry by georgeheap on Apr 20, 2013

      6 photos

      ... and greet you with rubs and licks when you arrive. Project time is mostly hard work. We mixed concrete and made a pool for the new black leopard enclosure we are building. We cleared brush from the enclosure too. The worst though was bone collecting. We went around all the big lion and tiger enclosures riding in the back of a pickup and collected bones that had been taken out after the lions and tigers had finished with them. DO NOT READ THE REST OF THIS PARAGRAPH IF YOU ...

      Surf's Up, Dude

      A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Feb 24, 2013

      2 photos

      ... was using the phrase "TIA - This is Africa", which is a phrase which fully represents the things which are going on here. Being a typical German, one is used to punctuality and things working out according to a certain plan and order, but being here as little as I have now, "TIA" teaches you - sometimes the hard way - that you are on a different continent.


      Magical Jbay

      A travel blog entry by jovi on Dec 06, 2010

      5 photos

      ... bush. I immediately suspected baboons and knowing the baboons from Cape Town they are usually not a threat and should go away. So we moved on, but about 5 steps later I noticed a much larger black figure up ahead. As I saw it, it saw me. It was the alpha male of the troop of baboons. Mother of moses, it was so big I thought it was a bluddy Chimpanzee at first! Logic told me that it couldn't be so I settled on baboon, which it did turn out to be. I was sure that it would go away, but when ...