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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    Nicely done, Knysna

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... a brewpub (Mitchell's), South Africa's oldest (1988?) and had some great beers and oysters. On our 2nd night we came back to Mitchell's for an Indie band called Red Tape Riot. They were great but the set was really short. We missed most of it while talking to Ricardo, a Portuguese expat.

    One we told him we'd been there and loved the food and wine, he couldn't stop talking about Oporto, his ...

    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 ...

    Indecent Proposal

    A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Aug 14, 2011


    Only a week and a half in and we have already seen baboons, ostriches, monkeys, turtles, elephants, rare birds, penguins, wolves and that is just in Pick n Pay.  We cant wait for the safaris.   In fact, while in Oudtshoorn the ostriches presented a chance for Sue to seek revenge from our cycle challenge in Argentina that ended in tears.  Ostrich racing is a difficult sport requiring supreme fitness, balance and courage.  While Sue had the fitness I had strong doubts about ...

    More news from The Barkers

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 19, 2010


    Day 12
    Left Groot Brak @ 08h54 to go and do the infamous Route 62. Drove over the picturesque Robertson Pass towards Oudtshoorn. We stopped at the Highgate Ostrich farm with the intention of going on a tour but on discovery that the tour was 1 1/2 hours long we just browsed in the curio shop and had a cup of coffee. The wind was gusting so we had to hold our hands over the coffee mugs to stop the leaves from falling into the coffee cup, which seemed ...

    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 ...