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Travel Blogs from Oudtshoorn
... like. There were a few impressive formations in particular a massive double column. We only had a few kilometres to travel to the park where we stayed the night which was a fairly upmarket place with restaurant and reception rooms. The weather was awful and we were planning to probably upgrade when the owner turned up and allowed us all to use one of their reception/bar areas so we were indoors sleeping on a tiled floor but at least ...
... who'd been shopping for the day; all of whom were very friendly and excited for some new faces. The drive from George to Oudtshoorn was stunning, through all the hills and grasslands inland from the coast we’d become accustomed to. We arrived to an enormous house and a private room with 2 single beds for Laura and I, with the 10 other girls and one boy (I know, poor guy!) split between 4 more rooms. There was a massive lounge and dining room open ...
... farms and houses in this area near Addo Park, but this was a good one, recommended, a citrus farm, great breakfast with home-made cheese, honey and jam. Nice restaurant a few km away for evening meal.
Storms River settlement is just a collection of hotels and guest houses, including a backpackers. Many have restaurants, and there is a grocery store, though it closed early. The petrol station down the highway at the bridge has ...
Day 3 - Woke bright and early at 6.30am ready to leave for the ranch at 7.45am. Our day started with a trip to the Cheetah breeding center across the road with Narinda. We watch whilst she moved a few of the cheetahs around and we were lucky to see how they interacted with each other or more to the point how they didn't lo. They were a bit grouchy and territorial and was a bit of growling and fighting but was really interesting to watch. we ...
... Post Box, and there’s nothing more worrying than lying on your back with an entire mountain just sitting an inch from your nose.
From the caves the road wound its way down the mountain streams until we reached a hotel with a bar and a swimming pool. I was filthy and sweaty and it was easily 35oC so I plunged in without a second thought. Unfortunately there was still another 15km to go to get back to town ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed