'Aye Whispering Oaks Guest House

18 Caledon Street, George, Western Cape, 6530, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 18 Caledon Street, George.
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Travel Blogs from George

Our meeting with Jaws

A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Apr 13, 2014

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... eyes. Sharks are known to attack surfers and divers but if you put on a black wet suit, look like a seal and jump into shark infested waters…what do you expect?! I had expected the sharks to be ramming the cage and basically trying to eat us! But they didn’t. They did brush pass the cage but more out of curiosity and elegantly glided passed. It was a ...

Beautiful Stop on the Garden Route, South Africa

A travel blog entry by ronandmarysblog on Mar 18, 2014

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After picking up our rental car in Cape Town, we easily made it to the Garden Route along the Indian Ocean and spent the night in Mossel Bay. The guest house was beautiful and Petra, the owner was a joy. We had a nice dinner in town and breakfast the next day was wonderful with great food and a fabulous view of the bay. We were sorry we only were spending one night ...

The pied kingfisher trail.

A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 12, 2014

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... have a long pointed green crest edged with white, bright red bill and eye-ring, and very sharply defined white stripes above and below the eye. (Google it if you can't imagine it!) Once we'd connected the bird to its repetitive frog-like croaking call, we realised the forest is full of them. We continued on along the dusty road to the Ebb and Flow campsite and crossed the river by a bridge where a steam train used to run along a preservation line, but sadly no more. Then we ...

Otter Trail in Tsitsikamma

A travel blog entry by justln on Jun 06, 2012

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... and scaled the cliffs instead as climbing is more my forte.

We got across safely after 30 minutes of contemplating how to approach the river. Safe. One piece. And hardly any wet items!

Day 5
It was day 5, and still we hadn't seen an otter. I was starting to think that the name of the trail was a misnomer. When we came into the clearing and the end of the trail we had a view of Nature's Valley and the 7km of uninhabited white sand beach. ...

Living on the Edge

A travel blog entry by mmkuhl on Apr 22, 2011

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... this blog plays witness to the fact that I was indeed stopped by the cord. Understanding the science of bungee jumping now, a person does not simply stop when the bungee begins to pull, the cord recoils and the jumper goes back up again to free fall once more. I was lucky, as a bigger gentleman my cord recoiled almost back to the top and once again I felt the blow to the stomach a free fall imposes. I did this a few more times before my cord finally ...