I-Lollo Lodge

Address: 71 Shore Rd, Saint Francis Bay, Eastern Cape, 6312, South Africa | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on 71 Shore Rd, Saint Francis Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Francis Bay

    A wonderful month at home

    A travel blog entry by matt_nien on Jul 09, 2013

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    ... three days at the Grahamstown festival. What a pleasure to have a beautiful place to re charge our batteries with wonderful people.

    We spent quite a lot of time working on our ...

    A great week in St. Francis

    A travel blog entry by froda on Mar 30, 2013

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    ... surprise, our uncle Ove (Moffa's brother) and some of his friends wanted to come too. It was really fun and the band was so good! It was a lot of people there- about 300 people and it was a great night!! And the band that was playing suddenly started playing "row, row, row your boat" in a remix version... And we have literally had that song on our minds for 3 days non-stop... After being out dancing with our uncle, we were really hungry in the middle of the night. We tried ...

    Back to the Town of Cape! Ho Ho Ho!

    A travel blog entry by s.l.taylor on Dec 19, 2010

    26 photos

    ... bit, until I finally got fed up with waiting for them (slow *******s) and took myself off as soon as I felt safe enough

    Got back to the hostel with severely aching legs, but lo and behold, Sydney - one of the Bas Bus drivers - was staying at Albergo and offered to Braaii for me, bless. It turned into a really good evening - him, me, 3 South African chaps and anAustralian couple all bantering around the fire pit with several glasses of wine. So, the next morning I felt ...

    From Addo to Jeffrey Bay

    A travel blog entry by lepakqueen on Jun 27, 2010

    11 photos

    ... ostriches and springboks. Niki got really excited about the black rhino which he spotted from very far, asked permission to drive like a F1 car driver to have a better view. As he is gushing about the black rhino and ignoramus like me just took as many pictures of the rare black rhino( an endangered species) The wow factor only hit me when he told us that a live black rhino can cost Rand 500,000 whilst the white is only half the price. ...

    ...BIRDS?!?!...hmmm interesting

    A travel blog entry by kkb-myadventure on Sep 22, 2009

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    ... to explore Jeffrey's bay which was cool.

    Sometime in the first week I had one of the worst days of luck ever!! We had to go into the big goat cage to change the water. So what it was was a tire full of water, that you had to dump out and then refill. Well it was raining on this day and wouldn't you know, the tire is on a muddy hill. Well I went to go to the far side to help leanne flip it over when my feet slipped out from under me and I landed ...