Fourways Guesthouse

Address: 49 Plantation Road, George, Western Cape, 6529, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from George

Life on a protea farm

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Apr 03, 2015

5 comments, 14 photos

Back when our itinerary was changed (or finalised once more) we saw that CMV had included Mossel Bay into our cruise. We had previously visited Mossel Bay, which is about 400 kms east of Capetown, having been taken there by our dear friends Paul and Jenny when we visited them back in November 2003. It is a small town of about 60,000 inhabitants situated on one of the few sheltered harbours on the south coast of South Africa and is famous for the visit by Portuguese explorers in ...

Car ride to Knysa

A travel blog entry by antheamac on Feb 22, 2015

Collecting a friend of Margret's after breakfast we took off to explore Knysna and the Knysna Heads. This is a natural bay with a very narrow opening to the sea, plenty of shipwrecks in the past. It was used by sailing ships when the logging of the hardwoods of the Knysna forest was at it's peak. When steam took over shipping this declined and now the natural bay had been preserved and is used for small boats and tourism. There is ...

When in WildFarm

A travel blog entry by dulciejones1 on Sep 12, 2014

... The Poiitjie was amazing but even more mouth watering than the Poitijie was the homemade bread that had been cooked to go with it. I think this was called firebread, but whatever it was, it was perfectly cooked and it had bits of sweet corn running throughout making it sweet. Leona and I tried to casually style out long enough between portions before running up for seconds, but soon lost face when we went up for thirds.


The pied kingfisher trail.

A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 12, 2014

1 photo

... 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

18 photos

... the ocean here and is one of the most ferocious rivers in South Africa. During high tide, it is impossible to cross, and during low tide, it is swimmable. Thus, we had to time it perfectly of when we would arrive to the river at low tide to get across.

When we got to the river, my fears of being swept out into the ocean took over, and I again contemplated using an escape route! But we sucked it up and put on our expendable PEP shoes that we bought for ...