Gaestehaus Saxonia

Schoeman Street 7, Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape, 6330, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on Schoeman Street 7, Jeffreys Bay, is near Storms River Suspension Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Jeffreys Bay

    And the sun came back out......

    A travel blog entry by wotters on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... one bottle somehow so two bottles costs us only a couple of pounds. Bargain! That night the hostel were having a braai (SA BBQ) but with Cat still feeling a bit unwell she just nibbled from my plate.  The food was good and included a kebab of chicken, a pork chop and a beef sausage plus curried veg and a massive jacket potato.  I couldn’t finish it so it was good that Cat wanted some too.  Rich and I made a good dent on the wine and I got a ...

    Rain Rain go away.....peas!!! :(

    A travel blog entry by flickandlucy on Oct 19, 2012

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    ... cool night.

    Day2 - Woke to more rain and super cold windy weather :( not great but....meh. Had some breaky and a little sit in the bar with the girls before deciding to test our new boots out for a walk down toen and along the seafront in the rain :) we had some dinner out and made our way back to the hostel. Spend sometime online and the evening was spent having a few drinks in the bar chatting to our new friend, the barmen, Richard :)

    Jeffreys Bay

    A travel blog entry by sojealous on Mar 31, 2012

    ... the bay for 30mins so today we go right. We walk past the main beach (dolphin Bay) which has quiet a few people on it and sunbathe just in front of Youth International Hostel which is in a pretty cool place all on its own.

    At about 2pm we go to the Jolly Dolphin pub for burger and chips. We feel like we are on holiday in Scarborough although at 14R per pint overlooking the sea, we can’t be!

    Tuesday 3 ...

    Hang Ten Bru!

    A travel blog entry by mmkuhl on Apr 02, 2011

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    ... really bad and I thought the restaurant we went to would for sure have them. They didn’t, and I ended up ordering something that was even more delicious. I realized then and there that just because a dish is popular in the United States doesn’t necessary mean it is an authentic food of the culture. I had to experience for myself the variety of Greek foods they offered and have now learned not to assume anything I had a previous notion about in the ...

    Townships & surf

    A travel blog entry by helen_joe on Oct 13, 2010

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    ... that because they spend most of their lives in the townships, the only chance they get to see white people is when they call to the school and they’re bemused – we were lucky not to be pinched as they’re curious about our skin! The principal took us on a tour of the school – Charles Duna primary school – which is doing great work in making very little money go a long way, to make sure every child in the township has a fair chance at education. The total ...