Ashdown House

14B George Street, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2000, South Africa | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B, located on 14B George Street, Johannesburg, is near Montecasino and Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris.
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    A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 10, 2013

    6 photos

    ... in keeping with the tradition of our poor luck so far the bag we were waiting for was missing, and yes, you guessed it - the one with the fresh fish. I was not very impressed as EVERYTHING I had brought back for my family was in the bag :(.

    Any case, it does not help to cry over spilled milk, so after meeting up with Wallie who volunteered to pick us up at the airport, we were on our way to Bela Bela finally. As Janet says, ...

    Day 15,16&17 - Hogsback, Barkly East, Winburg, Jhb

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Apr 01, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    Day 15 - Saturday 30th March
    Today we travelled 390km's to Barkly East. On route from Hogsback we travelled back to Alice & Fort Beaufort via the R63, to Seymour, Wittlesea, Queenstown via the R67, then Lady Frere, Cala using the R410 which does not seem to be on the map but was advised to us by a local, Mr Naude who reminded us of Des, in Queenstown, then onto Elliot & Barkly East on the R58.

    The weather was dismal from the time we woke ...

    The end of the road

    A travel blog entry by riahopkins on Nov 10, 2012

    ... had any last words for my friends and family. My response: "ummmmmmmmm, like what?" Moment over, off to the edge where I'm told I'm expected not to "bungee fall" but "bungee jump". In other words: arms out straight, bend your knees, leap out 3 metres. As if I can jump 3 metres even with a run up. By this point my legs are shaking too. Anyway, no time to second guess, toes over the edge of the rail please Ria ("they are over, I can't inch further"..."no, further forward!") Then I ...

    The Durban July

    A travel blog entry by dustinkaspar on Jul 06, 2012

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... breakfast…let’s talk food. The B&B has a caretaker named Lilly who is a wonderful woman. The breakfast is not just cereal and juice, but Lilly cooks a full breakfast to order that can include eggs (scrambled, fried, boiled – soft or hard), omelette with cheese, onions, green pepper, and mushrooms, sausage (beef or pork), baked beans, bacon, grilled tomatoes, and toast. There is mango juice on the table, yogurt, and a bowl of fresh fruit. I have daily mixed and ...


    A travel blog entry by sojealous on Mar 09, 2012

    ... driver tells us it is someone returning from the US. Taxi to the airport cost us 2O,OOO.We were expecting internet at the aiport but there is nothing only a couple of shops and snack bar once you get through passport control. You can't even use the phones as you need a card and they don't sell them in the shops! This is a recently new built international terminal.As we get through passport control in Johannesburg ...