Pictures Guest House

Address: 29 Elley St, Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, 6625, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 29 Elley St, Oudtshoorn, is near Cango Wildlife Ranch, Boschendal Manor & Winery, Cango Ostrich and Butterfly farm, and Highgate Ostrich Show Farm.
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      A more relaxing day

      A travel blog entry by coughlantravel on Mar 06, 2015

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... advice from hotel staff, go into town and buy a new one'. I'm not saying any more, except that Jerry is being very patient.

      Also learning that African directions always involve 'robots', 'on the corner', opposite a big building' and finally, a confident '100%!'.

      While in town, we went to a car wash - manual, not automatic, and drove into a queue quite expecting it to be like the UK where we would probably wait 10 mins. The guy consulted ...

      Meerkat Manor

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 11, 2014

      5 comments, 76 photos

      ... are about 1.5 lbs) didn't do a lot but it was still a memorable encounter. We had seen one of those PBS shows where they had tracked a meerkat family while attaching human characteristics and failings to each member (Meerkat Manor??), so it was fun to imagine our family as TV stars. Once they had warmed up the 'mob' scattered to look for breakfast (they have no excess body fat stores, so foraging for food is a daily need) with one meercat constantly ...

      South Africa - Oudtshoorn

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 06, 2014

      1 comment, 54 photos

      ... originates from the bird's defensive behavior of lying low at the approach of trouble and pressing their long necks to the ground in an attempt to become less visible. Their plumage blends well with sandy soil and, from a distance, gives the appearance that they have buried their heads in the sand.

    • The Ostrich is farmed around the world, particularly for its decorative feathers and also for its meat which is marketed commercially and its skin is used for ...


      A travel blog entry by davencorina on Nov 15, 2012

      9 photos

      ... a cobra. Luckily both whilst driving.

      We dined at Kalinka, Oudtshoorn's best restaurant and it was beautiful. Very expensive for SA standard but great value for us.

      The whole Karoo area is full with ostriches. We have given the Cango Caves a miss as we thought it was too touristy, but maybe should have done them. Instead we did a small hike to one of the waterfalls and just relaxed at the ...

      Another day another dollar......

      A travel blog entry by flickandlucy on Nov 15, 2012

      49 photos

      ... lovely :) Took advantage of her air con'd office ;) On a hot day like today we like to cool the animals off so we took around some Amabula bula lollies to the lemurs and porcupines.....they love them :) We then watched Neal and narinda catch one of the little piggy's as he had a cut across his leg....poor piggy. Last task before lunch was a *******e......bonding with the amazing cute and super clever and friendly. Awww. After Dinner we went around the ranch ...