Hill Top Guest House

Address: 62 Mahogany Crescent, Bellville, Western Cape, 7530, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 62 Mahogany Crescent, Bellville, is near Backsberg.
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Travel Blogs from Bellville

And they've arrived!!

A travel blog entry by lesleycroskery on Jun 22, 2014

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... Mare and a few brief 2 word SMS' from Connor - they were waiting at airport to fly to Mahajanga. Have to stay there overnight and will be taken by truck to Mahamavo camp in the morning. All sounding positive and excited despite yesterday's frustrations. 7.20pm, Connor SMSd that they have arrived in ...

Malva pudding is my new favourite food

A travel blog entry by rachel_ttw on May 26, 2014

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... it definitely didn't disappoint me. I went to a restaurant called Cafe Des Arts and had the most perfectly cooked pork belly of my life. Dessert was my first taste of a South African classic - Malva pudding. Cue my addiction. The best way I can describe it is quite like sticky toffee pudding but not toffee flavoured. It is always served with custard but the chef also served it with rasberries and really sweet cherry tomatoes. ...

More from Little Germany

A travel blog entry by charlottesmith on May 13, 2014

... puzzles, books, games and toys. The teacher is extremely strict, but it works, as the children are well behaved during lessons. They are, however, very aggressive and don't understand the concept of sharing. This undoubtedly stems from the fact that prior to school, few of them have been to kindergarden, and therefore are lacking social skills. It also means that they come to school with little or no skills at all, and so teaching really ...

Addo and Karoo National Parks.

A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 22, 2014

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... morning to go for a drive before breakfast. There was startlingly cold wind, and I think it was keeping everything hiding, because we saw very little. We headed back up the drive we'd returned on yesterday which had a lot of promising lookig acacia trees, ideal black rhino habitat I thought. I'm dreaming. We saw both the zebra species' and got very frustrated with a host of now-you-see-me-now-you-don't LBJs, but not much else. A fine obliging pale phase Booted Eagle that was ...

Rain rain, go away...

A travel blog entry by rosewj on Aug 15, 2013

... the markets and bought even more unecessary souveneirs of animal pictures, before getting caught in the pouring rain on the way back to the hostel. Had a massive pack up of all our bags - 4 massive rucksacks/suitcases, 2 little rucksacks and a food bag, don't know how were gonna manage this! Went out for dinner at the Butchermans again, where they recognised us, oops, and had kebabs and bburgers, again very ...