Fourways Guesthouse

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

Closing Ceremonies

A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Dec 03, 2014

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... had improved, the night would have likely ended differently with the Lithuanians packing up the trophy in its wooden box and carting it out instead of the Russians. There was some debate through the night that perhaps this wasn't a "real" competition because the Unknown had not been completed. The Unknown is the flight that generally defines the winner as it is the true test of adaptability and resilience: the one with the ...

New day and new fun things to learn

A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Nov 29, 2014

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... As each country was called we wished we'd paid more attention at judging school. As each country stepped up to draw their submission on the flip chart and have it assessed by the jury, we held our breath. With a keen sense of strategy, Rick's first pick (a square loop; K factor 14) was still valid and Canada received approval for it in the Unknown program. There was a lot of grumbling about the square loop but thanks to flying ...

Clifford the caveman

A travel blog entry by laureneden on Nov 10, 2013

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I have continued to travel along the coast to coast route stoping off at different places. I'm nearly finished now, 2 stops left until Cape Town. I don't know what to do when I get there yet, whether I might get some slave like job in a hostel or travel to Namibia. I cant remember what I've been doing so far as everyday has been fun but my favourite event was going to visit a ...


A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Oct 21, 2012

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... any minute and through dark and spooky tunnels until I met the caveman sitting in an abandoned station. I still have no idea what the station was for or how anyone got there except by train because it was completely inaccessible and positioned at the bottom of a sheer 200ft-high cliff. In the railway’s heyday the station served as a diner in the 1970s built into the cliffs. When it went out of business the ...

Free veggies

A travel blog entry by samcage1 on Nov 17, 2011

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... to throw into dinner and an abundance of strawberries for dessert. We practically had our own "apartment", although we were in dorm rooms there wasn't anyone there. It was Sam, Sam and Eddie (or the third Sam, if you were talking to Eddie).
Our day in Wilderness was spent at the National Park. We got dropped at the entrance of the hike by the VW Camper, convertible, with deck chairs in the back ...