Montpellier Guesthouse

221 Delphinus Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0181, South Africa | Hotel
Prices starting from $83.00

Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Summary of all Site Visits

A travel blog entry by onestepahead


... consumer demand (which is more sustainable!)
60% of arid able land in SA is untapped potential.

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D-day minus 35 hrs!!

A travel blog entry by lpatterton


I am leaving tomorrow evening and in true uber-procrastinator-style I still have lots to do:

  • buy cat food and ant repellent
  • pack (started 3 days ago but it is actually just one big heap of fleeces, jackets, jeans and boots on top of a shocked suitcase)
  • fix my skiing goggles...the spongey bits have come undone
  • pay bills

Although not the most organised of people, ...

The Good Stuff

A travel blog entry by marielbird


South Africa is a very Westernized country. Girls romp around the University in mini-skirts and sundresses, leggings and crazy sandals, the answer to a common question, 'California,' gets a big, "ooooh Cali!" response, and you can't pass a hair salon without seeing at least 10-12 pictures of Rhianna's face smiling out at you from under a plethora of different hairstyles. In many ways, going to the movies here feels just like ...

Party Party Party and "SAW: OP style"

A travel blog entry by jlemasur

... whatever we were wearing, nothing special but when we pulled up this was not a pub. You could hear the club dance music pouring out over the balcony…this wasn’t looking good. Sure enough one of the girls we met on Sunday/ have been hanging out with, Anne, was out dancing with her nursing friends. Just a side note, they do have vet techs here but they are more like kennel staff. They refer to them instead as ...

The wait is over

A travel blog entry by footloose_steve


... Wooden Planks. Unfortunately, Sepp Blatter staged the game in one of the most remote corners of South Africa. I’d never heard of Rustenburg before, but only on arrival did we realize that the stadium was in a field down the end of single road 15 miles from the town not far from the Botswana border. We ended up dumping our coach and running into the ground just in time to buy 6 beers and belt out the national anthem. ...


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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding