Ibis Place

Geelhoutboom Street, George, Western Cape, 6530, South Africa | Hotel
 

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East coast of Africa

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj

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We traveled east on the N2 but took the beach road around Betty's Bay to see the Penguin Colony. We passed modern cattle and ostrich ranches-- aloe, canola and hay fields. As we ate breakfast at the B & B, we saw a couple of whales poke up long enough to get a breath. (Not ...

Last day at Tsitsikamma

A travel blog entry by amydeb

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Last day – Today was out last day before flying out tomorrow. We drove to Tsitsikamma National Park and hiked to the suspension bridge over the Storms River mouth right at the ocean. This park has incredibly beautiful campsites -- log cabins and RV/tent sites right in front of the rocky surf. If we came back again, we’d definitely want to camp here for a while -- the hiking, kayaking, ziplining, etc., make it seem like a great ...

The pied kingfisher trail.

A travel blog entry by timellis99

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... from their shells, which were crawling over and burrowing into the soft sand at the water's edge. I don't like beaches. Alien and inhospitable environments with no shade and no fresh water, offering nothing but blinding glare and rasping sand that penetrates every crevice of one's body. We had much trouble locating the path off the beach because most of it was backed by luxurious houses built on top of the sand dune escarpment, but we climbed up a foot-blisteringly hot dune ...

Back to work...

A travel blog entry by katesworldblog

... the next week or so they will settle down.
Haven't really done much whilst being here as it has been constant work but we have had chance to sit out in the sun for an hour or so at weekend which is always nice. We feel very lucky to have been offered this opportunity, and everyone here are very welcoming and Phil is settling in well with everyone on the production line.

I found it pretty hard the first week as it is quite tricky to be thrown into a cheese ...

Living on the Edge

A travel blog entry by mmkuhl

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... base of the waterfall was a small water basin that looked like it was straight out of the sixth Harry Potter movie. (Minus the dead bodies). Black, freezing cold water questioned our desire to jump in but after a little encouragement from our tour guide Mike, we knew we had come too far not to jump in. There were rocks right at the water’s edge so jumping in was not an option. I got to the edge of the pool and dipped my legs in—the water was colder than ...

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This hotel, located on Geelhoutboom Street, George, is near Bramble Hill at Fancourt.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding