Happy Jackal Guest House

Address: 5 Riverside Drive, Colchester, Greater Addo, Eastern Cape, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5 Riverside Drive, Colchester.
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      The Day of the Animals- a tribute to Addo the Dog

      A travel blog entry by missm2012 on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... they live with, they are unlikely to receive the medical help we take for granted. We named this little dog, who showed such bravery and who captured our hearts, after the wonderful National Park that is Addo. We chose this name because it is a place where animals thrive and a place where we love. After such sadness we were very lucky to be heading into the South African bush- a place of tremendous peace and beauty. Just a few hours after arriving, ...

      Amakhala Game Reserve

      A travel blog entry by explorewithdad on Sep 26, 2014


      ... Rhino and Elephant through the binoculars, so off we went to have a closer look all the while looking to see we're the Lion was as it hadn't been seen. As we got down the bottom of the hill we came across another tour who had seen the Male Lion not long ago. We went and seen the Rhino with her baby. The baby born born at approx weight 1 tonne!!! We got some photos then headed for the Elephants. After seeing ...

      Afternoon nap

      A travel blog entry by jessh89 on Aug 21, 2014

      ... showed some guests around and then waited for 7pm to roll around. Erika received an email saying that she had been caught speeding whilst in her rental car in Cape Town. It said she owed 650 rand and that her fine was going to be mailed to her. She was gutted and confused about how to pay as she thought the fine might be sent to Slovakia! I felt so sorry for her, she seems to have such bad luck when ...

      Our first day in Addo

      A travel blog entry by jessh89 on Aug 15, 2014

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      We had to wake early this morning, we did not appreciate our alarm ringing at 6:15, even though we snoozed it until about 6:40 then rushed to get ready as we were supposed to be in the reception for 7am. We met Erika and she showed us where to find the bread and cereal for breakfast. We then came back to the reception and began to learn all about the booking system, being overloaded with information and asking lots of questions. Erika showed us around ...

      SA Traffic

      A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Apr 22, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... So unlike Asia! These guys would not last an hour in Sumatra or on the north coast road of Java. It makes for slow traveling. The similarities are that people,dogs,goats and cattle still wander across busy roads at any time of their choosing. I came upon an incident that had just occurred with a body, obviously deceased, lying in the middle of the highway partly covered with a scrap of old plastic sheet and lots of blood spread out on the tar. He ...