Angala Boutique Hotel And Guest House

Franschhoek Rd (Route R45), Franschhoek, Western Cape, 7670, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Franschhoek Rd (Route R45), Franschhoek, is near Huguenot Memorial Museum, Dieu Donne, Chamonix, and Bellingham.
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    Travel Blogs from Franschhoek

    From Cape of Good Hope to land of good wine

    A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on May 13, 2012

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... by our approach and was happy to pose for a photo! The Ostrich encounter was some consolation for not seeing any Baboons, despite the park playing host to large numbers of the playful creatures. The guide book told us that 'authorised baboon-chasers are in evidence in several places, warding them off’. Now I don’t know about you, but the thought of authorised baboon-chasers chasing baboons as well as baboon-chaser inspectors chasing unauthorised baboon ...

    Another anticipated arrival...

    A travel blog entry by shanam6m on Sep 02, 2011

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... br> We are surrounded by mountains and the sea here in the Firlands. We are 8 km from Gordons Bay. Believe it or not we took all but 2 of the children to the restaurant last weekend for a birthday "breakfast" celebration. They did pretty darn well!
    I am off to bed. I am tired. I feel like a mom who's had a long day with the children and just wants to "put my feet up." Oh boy do I hear my mom with that one!


    6 days in the Hottentots Holland mountains

    A travel blog entry by jovi on Nov 21, 2010

    10 photos

    ... rocky peaks of sandstone. We were lucky to see some game on the hike. We saw Klipspringer quite a few times. These animals are very nervous and keep a good distance from you. We encountered a troop of baboons, dassies, frogs, snakes, rabbits and many birds. Some of the most fun we had was exploring the mountains, making our own paths to areas of interest, setting rabbit traps from sicks and string and making supper from tin-foil, veggies and fire.

    We didn't see even one ...

    It takes a village...

    A travel blog entry by sarahinsoafrica on Oct 28, 2010

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... message, and attempted to help her translate an entire report on Hawaii the night before it was due, while simultaneously trying to teach me how to talk about my family tree in Afrikaans. It was a lost cause, but I appreciate his effort. And I did learn how to say a few important things, including "Afrika is nie vir sissies nie." (“Africa is not for the weak!”)

    So after a Tuesday evening filled with paper-writing and group projects, I awoke ...

    Back Online ! Fun in Franschhoek!

    A travel blog entry by andydonald on Oct 15, 2010

    5 photos

    ... I had to get Anne to describe the view while I concentrated on the road! It's quite interesting about Bain. There were a father and son, Andrew Geddes and Thomas, Scotsmen, and they constructed many of the Cape passes in the mid-late 1800s. Much of their original constructions, e.g. dry stone walls, are still in place today.

    We arrived in Franschhoek late afternoon, and went straight to our B&B, Centre Ville. Franschhoek means 'French ...