Riad Morroco

Address: 8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville, Western Cape, 7550, South Africa | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville, is near Backsberg.
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Travel Blogs from Durbanville

Cape Town Day 4

A travel blog entry by analeonor on May 26, 2014

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... great day.



The least fun thing was having to back once arriving back at the hotel. I was nowhere near ready to leave, just when I was getting used to the time difference, it is time to go.



Observations for career/ business include I will be looking into getting a possible internship at a printing company in Houston. I was very impressed by Paarl Media and would like to learn more about the industry. ...

Places We Stayed

A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 05, 2014

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We stayed with Erica & Taylor on both ends of our trip. In between, we stayed at three B&Bs, a River Lodge and a Guest Lodge (SA version of a motel).
Our only regrets is that we were only at these places for breakfast and often after 7:00 at ...

Day 33 - The Waterfront.

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Nov 05, 2013

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... but declined the wine tasting on the basis we were still too wined out from yesterday and we definitely wouldn't be able to afford to buy a bottle. In Franschhoek we parked up near the Huguenot Monument set in a garden with a mountain backdrop. It was at this point I realised that I had left my best shirt in Betty's wardrobe. After a quick call to Betty I arranged to pick it up later. Jackie and I then took a leisurely stroll along the very ...

It’s a Hard Knock Life

A travel blog entry by jenniferhousema on May 13, 2013

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... of things…… So basically they run their gang on all the ...

Sight seeing & car searching!

A travel blog entry by clairesefton on Mar 10, 2013

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... cannon fired for the first time (a tradition followed everyday since the 1800's) very loud! Then we went over to the waterfront for lunch at a tasty farmers style market before a trip to Robbin Island, managed to end up with the worst tour guide ever! But after we escaped him, met a really interesting ex-prisoner who was jailed for political reasons at the same time as Mandela (everyone locally calls him 'Madiba' father to ...

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