Wayfarers Guest House

Address: 92 Malievled Street, Sabie, Mpumalanga, 1260 , South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 92 Malievled Street, Sabie.
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    Travel Blogs from Sabie

    Sabie and the Blyde Canyon

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Jun 15, 2015

    30 photos

    ... really reaping the benefits. I'm not showing off. Many times when I travel, it hasn't been that way and I've cringed when converting to Euros. But right now, the ZAR (South African Rand) is at about a 10 year low against the US dollar, so things are even cheaper for us. This B&B room for example might be $150-$200/night in the US.

    And fortunately for us, the best restaurant in town, The Wild Fig, was just ...

    Day 1 - Here We Go Again!

    A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 04, 2013

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... traffic free. We stopped at a service station and had a burger and chips. Jackie declared that she definitely wasn't having steak tonight! Jackie also went to panic mode about now, disaster of all disasters, she believed she had not packed her hair straighteners. We then had a lengthy conversation about how she would do her hair and I had to promise that I wouldn't moan if her went fluffy. Of course, I never moan! We ...

    First few nights in South Africa

    A travel blog entry by williams12 on Apr 15, 2012

    4 photos

    ... 8211; deserted, eerie place in the middle of nowhere – didn’t feel comfortable here either. Still good to drive around and get a feel for the place.

    Decided to plan our stops in Kruger and get organised – lay in bed that night reading the SA guide book, read that White South Africans live in high security homes and shop in guarded , secure shopping centres, not to walk around towns in the dark ( gets dark at 6pm) hoped this was them being over ...

    Days 220-221: The scariest night of our lives

    A travel blog entry by robandjenny on Sep 13, 2010

    31 photos

    ... and yet comical moment followed with Rob bundling Jenny into the car, locking the door, running back to pick up the valuables (including money, passports, etc) that hadn't been stolen and running back to the car again. He did all this whilst only in his underpants.

    Rob then drove wildly to the reception of the camp ground and beeped the horn until the lady in charge came out to find out what the commotion was. After explaining, Jenny ...

    God's Window and the Motorbike Kid

    A travel blog entry by trent on Sep 03, 2010

    23 photos

    ... Gods Must be Crazy) and Wonder view, which are basically the same viewpoint of the area...very nice views. We drove to Echo Cave, but didn't go in as they said it takes like two hours to hike. So, we headed back and visiting the Three Rondavels along the way, a natural rock formation that resembles a rondavel, or traditional African-style house. Then we stopped by Bourke's Luck Potholes, an area known for its natural swirling whirlpools (in high season). It's ...