The Old Trading Post

Address: 1.7 km down Die Vleie / The Lakes Road, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6560, South Africa | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 1.7 km down Die Vleie / The Lakes Road, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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Travel Blogs from Wilderness

I survived!

A travel blog entry by matthill on Jan 11, 2015

... for me but most British people don't play football when it's over 30 degrees with no shade! There were other activites to get involved with such as wall climbing, abseiling and bridge swinging. Each one costing 15 rand which is less than 1. I had a wonderful time. Some of the friends we made who are German volunteers near cape town are currently on a road trip so have stayed with us this weekend. ...

CT to Durban

A travel blog entry by neoandjames on Mar 22, 2012

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... ourselves to a double room overlooking the sea. I chatted with two brothers from Essex, Tom and Adam over a few beers most of the evening. Probably the nicest English people we'd met in my opinion. Many had been a little stuck up till now. We jogged on the beach and paddled the next day and enjoyed a tasty lunch before the bus picked us up to take us to Stroms River.

Storms River was great fun, we met a really nice Canadian girl, Jen ...

The Racial Divide

A travel blog entry by amandip on Feb 20, 2011

1 comment, 2 photos

... its beauty is the racial divide. We had not really come to South Africa with any pre-conceived notions of what the racial situation would be, culturally or economically. In fact both of us had little idea of the history of South Africa until we got here. The only thing we were aware of was that the Apartheid (segregation of Blacks/Coloured and Whites) was abolished in 1994. From here on in when we speak of Coloured people ...

Eshowe and Zululand

A travel blog entry by scshoben on Aug 07, 2010

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... for Shakaland. Shakaland is a living museum where some members of the Zulu tribe lived in a traditional setting amongst a modern world. It was actually built initially for the movie "Shaka Zulu" and later became a living museum. There we saw traditional Zulu dancing and ate a traditional meals. We learned about how King Shaka united the Zulus together by conquering various surrounding ...

Day 16: Garden Route (Hermanus - Mossel Bay)

A travel blog entry by danielandai on Jun 19, 2010

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Let's forget about yesterday's match.

We have hired a car for one week, let's drive down the Garden Route!
Garden Route is a nice costal driving route between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth area.
It is a long drive, just under 800km, but there are beautiful bays and national parks on the way so it makes it very nice journey stopping by at a few places.

It is possible to take a bus called Baz buss or a train along ...