Happy Jackal Guest House

Address: 5 Riverside Drive, Colchester, Greater Addo, Eastern Cape, 6175, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 5 Riverside Drive, Colchester.
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      A whole lot of Elephants..

      A travel blog entry by jemmainafrica on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... 10 and only had a short drive to Storms River National Park. It was wet, windy and freezing and even colder in the national park but it was so picturesque. We met up with the Szabo's who were camping in the park. We walked 1km along a boardwalk with far too many steps to a suspension bridge, it was worth it, the views were breathtaking and the bridge was fun to bounce on, James, my 10 year old of course takes it one too far and decides to jump on the bridge while ...

      Kragga Kamma

      A travel blog entry by explorewithdad on Sep 23, 2014

      ... After the park we came back to the house and Dad and Dale went to change some money. They came back with none as the bank thought the money was fake (Counterfeit) so they come home with none. Try again another day Dad puts it down to African Time (No Rush). We had Dinner at Dales Mums before coming home to bed. I had a good nights sleep until I fell out of ...

      Lie in!

      A travel blog entry by jessh89 on Aug 19, 2014

      ... as he hadn't ordered it and Josh was annoyed because if it was his GoPro it didn't have all the right attachments with it. Josh looked at the invoice and quickly realised it was meant for a different John, who was actually one of the top field guides from the park. The camera looked like it could be attached to a plane and send a live feed back to a tablet. We realised it was pretty expensive so we packed it back up and John tried to get in touch with the true owner. I played a few ...

      Arriving in Addo

      A travel blog entry by jessh89 on Aug 14, 2014

      ... be collecting us in so we watched each car in anticipation. As 5pm rolled up a girl came over to us and asked if we were Jess and Craig and showed us to the car where we met John and his son Josh. We enjoyed watching their expletive banter! We piled into the car with our bags balancing on top of crates of beer and made our bumpy way, the 100km, to Addo. We went past townships and park perimeters and spotted some flamingos, kudu and ostriches. It was getting dark as we turned into ...

      SA Traffic

      A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Apr 22, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... in shawls, young guys having a yarn and hanging out on the street corners as young guys do everywhere and old men chatting together passing their wisdom back and forth. There is a bustling sense of movement with people promenading the length of the street selecting chickens, cabbages, clothing or cooking pots from the many and varied displays. Young girls have every type of attire from very tight tshirts and jeans to more traditional garb. ...