Amadudu Guesthouse

Address: 1 Bosbok Ave, Harrismith, Free State, 9880, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1 Bosbok Ave, Harrismith.
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    Travel Blogs from Harrismith

    3 days @ Drakensberg Sun (Central Drakensberg)

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Feb 22, 2015

    1 photo

    ... at R60 person this a definitely something to add to your "to do" list. We were treated to an hours unforgettable display of these magnificent raptors in full flight as they demonstrated their hunting skills. Greg and Alison have 3 English pointer dogs who take part in the demonstration and keep everyone amused. Also visited the Valley Bakery who mill their own flour and make fresh bread daily, a great place to stop for tea and a snack to get you through the ...

    North Drakensberg Traverse

    A travel blog entry by laurencejperry on Feb 02, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... in the Drakensberg (dragons back) mountains, the name is actually a misnomer, and there are no real mountains. Instead, the hike follows (more or less) the edge of what must be one of the most impressive escarpments in the world. On one side, you look out over stunning green valleys and a drop of over 1500 meters. Given the hike is at 3000-3300 meters you often look down on a carpet of cloud and feel like you're in an airplane. On the other side, you ...

    More good Karma

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Jan 23, 2013

    8 photos

    ... for I&A has been the peace and space to do some homework. The upside for them has been jam-making with Vera-Ann.. If you ever happen to be stay. We went up to the hills during our stay - both to see them up close and to but a rug from one a Vera-Ann's many ladies. The area, Qua-Qua, was a Homeland - settled by large numbers of people forcibly removed from Bloemfontein 20 years ago. As the people aren't thriving, she personally employs as many as she can around ...

    New Year

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Jan 01, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    New Year's Eve was too hot and a storm had indeed been arrived almost as soon as the BBQ charcoal had taken light. Such is life. The deluge passed, somehow the coals were still alight, we burned some meat and ate it. Like their parents, Iain and Alicia are pooped. To get to the Drakensberg range we have an early start in the morning - so we took advantage of the lack of mosquitoes to catch up on some sleep. It might seem a bit dull to be tucked-up in bed by ...

    The Burg

    A travel blog entry by arpalmquist on Mar 22, 2011

    5 photos

    ... is a series of five step-falls, with the largest step being the first at 400 meters! Josh told us that if we wanted to get a better view that we should hop the river and go to the cliffs on the other side. It had been raining the previous week so the river was at its strongest it had been all year, so jumping over the river was a little sketchy, but it was only 2-3ft deep. A few of the girls didn’t make it all the way so they got a ...