Malvern Manor Country Guest House

Address: De Zoete Inval Farm, Boshoff Street, George, Western Cape, 6530, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on De Zoete Inval Farm, Boshoff Street, George.
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      Travel Blogs from George

      Day 52 - Addo Elephant Park, South Africa

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 24, 2014

      2 photos

      ... Chatted to Charlene for ages last night, mainly about Jess, she thinks I should make some big romantic gesture, I'm sure that Jess wouldn't want that though, argh I'm so confused. I ordered some flowers for Jess which should have been delivered today, really hope she likes them. Managed to get some messages to her tonight but she was at a family meal so didn't want to bother her too much. Bloody hell, I miss ...

      Shark bait

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Oct 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the boat and began chucking bait and chum from the bow (of the boat). �� The dive instructor had said on their mornings tour they only saw two sharks and visibility was terrible, only two metres visibility! He also explained it can sometimes be 10mins or 40mins until the sharks arrive for the bait. So, we sat on top and waited..... And waited...... Then got changed into our wetsuits - mine was wet so was extremely difficult to put on! Then ...

      Little waterfall and big tree.

      A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 13, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... all wearing turquoise T-shirts with their names on them. They'd all been up to the waterfall and back already by 10.30am, and made us feel quite inadequate. It was a great path through dense mature forest with huge canyon walls towering above, creepers hanging down festooned with tufts of lichen. There were a lot of gigantic non-native eucalypt trees which, at some time in the past, park staff had killed by ring-barking them, so the leafless and limbless trunks soared into ...

      Living in a zoo!

      A travel blog entry by wotters on Jul 07, 2013

      1 comment, 54 photos

      ... we got to see tiger porn! Once we’d had all our fun trips it was time to get stuck into the routine of the ranch and be given jobs to do.  To be honest they were all really good fun.  Some of the highlights included: -       Cleaning the giant fish tank glass…..from the inside! We were given snorkels and masks and a razor blade to scrape the glass and in we went to join about 200 fish and a load of terrapins.  The two ...

      Road trip, Karoo and ostriches

      A travel blog entry by astoriavslb on Aug 15, 2011


      We repacked our bags to distribute items for the road trip first thing in the morning. The guesthouse we were staying at included breakfast so we filled up before trekking down to the ocean determined to see some whales. It was a beautiful, warm day in august and was not windy - ideal conditions for whales to appear near shore to mate or for their calves. As we were heading down to the water, we heard the horn go off - yep that was the whale crier of hermanus blowing for a ...