Ocean Watch Guest House

Address: 21 Plettenberg / Perestella Street, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 21 Plettenberg / Perestella Street, Plettenberg Bay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay

      I survived!

      A travel blog entry by matthill on Jan 11, 2015

      ... been nice to have some guys to talk to but 9 german young adults and 1 british guy for dinner was.. Interesting.. Yesterday me and my new friend Chris went sandboarding which is basically snow boarding but on a sand dune on the beach so it is warmer (but still hurts just as much went you attempt a 180 spin over a jump and end up eating 3 tonnes of sand). I will hopefully get some picturesbof ...

      The Garden Route

      A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... quite tired we headed back to the hostel quickly to collect our belongings and off we went down the Garden Route to our next destination, the Wilderness. On route we stopped off at Knysna to view Knysna Heads, a viewpoint of the rugged coastline and cliff faces. It was beautiful, the pictures say it all. We arrived at our hostel, Wild Farm backpackers just before the sunset, quickly putting up our tents we were relieved at the thought of chilling out ...

      Monkeyland.

      A travel blog entry by lozseex on Sep 19, 2013

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      ... grow on me.* We then got dropped off at the volunteer home which is really close to Monkeyland. To describe it as a house is extremely generous and it is much more similar to a caravan/trailer sort of thing which they’ve randomly decided to paint in the brightest colours imaginable, for example my room is bright orange with deep red curtains and yellow doors. Why they did this, I have no idea but it’s sort of nice when you get over the ...

      Un éléphant se balançait

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Jun 22, 2013

      20 photos

      ... park; they were adopted as orphan rescues from a rehabilitation project and they're fed and cared for. But they were elephants, with tusks and trunks and all. So awesome!

      Upon returning to the lodge, we went to check out their small reptile house and see the range of African snakes. They had a python that you could hold if you wanted to, so I did. And there were some other tortoises and crocodiles in a pen out back. All in ...

      A very long week

      A travel blog entry by billiebuttons on Apr 07, 2012

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      ... were really nasty. We all stayed to clean him up but he didn’t make it through the night. That was a bad day.

      Wednesday 4th April

      The next morning we were greeted first thing by 2 of the keepers carrying a little blanket ever so carefully into the hospital. Inside were 2 tiny African wild cat kittens, probably only a couple of days old. The males in the group had been throwing them around and mum wasn’t stopping them ...