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

    17 photos

    ... 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

    15 photos

    ... t want to risk getting us in case he would get stuck again. So we had to wait on the island for such a long time while he was going another way to pick us up. So instead of having a 1 hour tour in the rain, we had about 2.5 hours tour! It was Zeti's birthday on Friday, so she was having a big party. We met some of Moffa's (our grandfather) and Zeti's South African friends which was cool. Later that night, we were going to out to this live band event down at the village and ...

    Back to the Town of Cape! Ho Ho Ho!

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

    26 photos

    ... br>
    Pulling back into Cape Town (9.30pm) got me all excited, and by the time we got to Observatory I was practically bouncing in my seat - I could see people I knew out on the street. As soon as we stopped at my backpackers, Noamie and Paddy (yeaah - Paddy's back! He actually flew back from Australia to spend Christmas with us!) came out screaming, then Micheal, then Lebo, then Luca.... it was great. Best of all was seeing Daniel - I kinda leapt on him and ...

    African Dawn

    A travel blog entry by crossin_oceans on Sep 22, 2009

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    Ok to back track a little...
    the first route was awesome... KB and I fed and played with the 2 different types of monkeys, fed the walabies, fed a couple big birds and fed 2 little Diekers (antalope), the 2nd route, not so fun, we were in the giant bird avery, it was still better then some of the other cages, but it was still ALL birds...
    I don't think I would mind so much, but they don't even know what half of these birds are.

    Tha next day Percy took the 5 nes ...

    World's highest bungy to Jeffreys Bay

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Aug 06, 2009

    12 photos

    Off along the rest of the N2 Garden Route.

    Wonder where we will end up tonight? Aim is to get to Jeffreys Bay. Wonder if the surf will be up? We had been advised no need to go all the way to Port Elizabeth.

    Then we came across the Bloukrans Bungy the world's highest commercially jump and time for a ...