Oak Tree B&B

Address: 30 Caledon Street, George, Western Cape, 6529, South Africa | B&B
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Travel Blogs from George

Life on a protea farm

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Apr 03, 2015

5 comments, 14 photos

... were made by South Africa prior to the soccer World Cup in 2010. There are now freeways from the airport right into the centre of the city. The city must have doubled in size since we were there. Although we had time to briefly reacquaint ourselves with it we preferred to remember it as it was and enjoy the homeliness of our cabin after our very successful Protea Farm visit. Many thanks Paul and Jenny. Now we turn north towards journey's end - but we are not halfway ...

Mossel bay

A travel blog entry by natalie.gard on Mar 05, 2015

8 photos

... it as the only contact I've had with a board has been to do the ironing! We started off at the small dune, boarding down then walking back up to go again & again. Was awesome but also very tiring!! I actually didn't do too bad at it (Natalie -1 Dyspraxia - 0) I then had a go on the body board on a 300 meter dune called the Dragon Dune. Really great fun but hiking back up to the top was killer! Spent the rest of the day on the beach attempting to top up the tan with no luck! Day ...

Day 52 - Addo Elephant Park, South Africa

A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 24, 2014

2 photos

... zebras, cudu, tortoises, buffalo, goshawks, falcons, vultures, dung beetles and a jackal. The highlight if the drive was running into a large family of elephants, with numerous young elephants playing in front of the vehicle and then the whole family walking straight past the van, pretty much touching the sides of our vehicle. This was a great morning and a fitting climax to some amazing game ...

Little waterfall and big tree.

A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 13, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... a completely different sort of white South African to those we have met so far in Wilderness and Swellendam. Then we continued along the road to the "Woodville Big Tree Circular Walk". It was as the name says. There was a big tree - a very big tree - an 8 century old Yellow-wood whose great venerable branches craned out high above the rest of the canopy. A host of small birds played amongst its upper leaves, giving us sore necks trying to work out what they all were. ...

Drive from Knysna to Oudtshoorn

A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Dec 04, 2012

4 photos

I was absolutely stunned at the vista that I had to drive through to get from Knysna to Oudtshoorn. I didn't realise that we when we left Knysna we would be in the Klein Karoo area. (Semi desert). I don't know if the photos show it but the land was vast, the colours of the earth amazing and the open spaces of the road confronting as they just kept on going. Not like a drive to the Australian desert but more like what if I break down, how would you survive in this ...