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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEarthbound B&B Oudtshoorn
Earthbound is a little oasis. So pretty, and everything catered for by the staff who are really friendly and can't do enough to help.
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... appearing right in front of us. They have become used to the tour groups watching so aren't frightened as long as you don't make sudden movements. After breakfast we drove to the Canga Caves. They were discovered by white man in the 1700s and have been a major tourist attraction in Africa for centuries. Stunning. Stopped for lunch at Karusa Winery and Brewery on the way ...
"Prince Albert" is a really fancy name for a typical Karroo town. Not much to see here but it sure has a certain appeal.
I went for a pizza at the pub where the locals hang out, attracted too much attention (the friendly drunk type) from some of the local guys. Maybe because they had too much to drink. Anyway I left when I finished the pizza.
... for BBQ). I also biked down Swatberg Pass and stopped at the Cango Caves along the way.My meals consisted of ostrich egg omelets (1 ostrich egg is equivalent to 24 chicken eggs) in the morning, ostrich carpaccio and sandwiches for lunch, and ostrich kebabs and sausages braais for dinner. I enjoyed walking around town and checking out the CP Nell Museum during my down time.My big day started with a shuttle up to the top of Swatberg Pass. The ride was ...
... foundation -- and on the certainty that the nation will continue to pay for that injustice, in various ways, for a long time.
Leaving Knysna we tried the supposedly scenic secondary gravel road to George, but it wasn't scenic enough to justify the roughness, and we bailed out to Sedgefield. This turned out to be a great decision, because at the old railway station now called Steam and Whistle's, in this small town with an ...
... drove looking for wild donkeys that we would shot and then
gut before taking back to the ranch and cut up for the big cats, now i
cant say i was a huge fan of the whole hunting idea but i realise it has
to be done and i wanted to experience it even if i would cry......but i
think the donkeys were in luck that day cause we returned with nothing
:) i was def secretly happy. Back at the ranch for 12, we gave the ...