On the Spot B & B at St Francis Bay

cnr Sardinia / Carlo de Wolpe Rd, Saint Francis Bay, Eastern Cape, 6312, South Africa | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on cnr Sardinia / Carlo de Wolpe Rd, Saint Francis Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Francis Bay

    Back to the Town of Cape! Ho Ho Ho!

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

    26 photos

    ... pretty weird... waking up in full sunshine with no tree or music playing; it was pretty much a normal day. This was exaggerated when Bryony, Irina and I went down to the beach - everything was open! Bars, shops - everything!! And the beach was absolutely chokka. What a day though - it was 35degrees so sunbathing was interspersed with many a dip in the (freezing) sea... wearing my santa hat aswell, of course! Poor Bryony though, she forgot her towel so had to lay on the sand.. ...

    Jbay

    A travel blog entry by markanthonylow on Oct 18, 2010

    4 photos

    So after that time of hard work and hard play i found myself a qualified yachty and in Cape Town with no good intentions, so a couple of weeks were spent over new year catching up with friends(thanks hitch and helen for the crimbo dinner!!!) and making new ones whilst trying to convince myself to actually leave and head off into the wilderness of Africa all whilst enjoying the vibe that is capetown, a funky ecclectic mix of people thrown into this ...

    The first moment

    A travel blog entry by josh-dan on Jun 23, 2010

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Hello team,

    With a rusty start on Tuesday we finally got going fro the Albergo hostel in Plett and scooted along to the Bloukrans Bridge that is the boarder between the Eastern and Western Cape and is also host to the worlds tallest bungee. Dan was utterly pumped to be flung off (I was a miserable state and had no intions of suspending myself upsidedown on an elastic band 400 meters above a gushing river, I must mention having done it twice before). ...

    Kalinka's Casa

    A travel blog entry by jordanblair100 on Nov 17, 2009

    We left Durban on the Tuesday, heading west in the direction of the garden route. Our destination was Jeffery's bay, but as the distance was so vast, we had to break up the journey in Port Elizabeth, a big, coastal, un-exciting city. The ride was a long one, and the plan of staying off the pop was broken just after we left the city of East London, as we prompted the driver to pull over so we could bet some beer. There was nowhere nearby, but ten miles down ...

    Supertubes in J-Bay

    A travel blog entry by alandrach on Aug 01, 2009

    11 photos

    ... dumping our bags we decided to go in search of the 'Supertubes' we had heard so much about. After about an hours walk along the beach we eventually found it. We sat around for a while and watched as only the most experienced surfers took on these crazy waves. Basically if you've ever seen a picture of a huge wave and a surfer riding inside it then thats basically what the Supertubes are. We took some videos of the surfers getting absolutely creamed inside these ...