Xanadu Guest Villa

Address: No.43 die duin, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6560, South Africa | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on No.43 die duin, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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      Travel Blogs from Wilderness

      I survived!

      A travel blog entry by matthill on Jan 11, 2015

      ... for me but most British people don't play football when it's over 30 degrees with no shade! There were other activites to get involved with such as wall climbing, abseiling and bridge swinging. Each one costing 15 rand which is less than £1. I had a wonderful time. Some of the friends we made who are German volunteers near cape town are currently on a road trip so have stayed with us this weekend. ...

      Backpacking Detour on the Garden Route

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 16, 2014

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... and Hugo Chavez's redistribution of land to impoverished peasants. He also wears a beret when he speaks, which of course can be somewhat reminiscent of scary communists! Anyway, here's a recent piece about him in a magazine called News 24. Ironically enough, after Scott and Eloise left to head back to Pretoria, I spoke with Leon, who I imagined as an Afrikaner would have a more conservative viewpoint on the situation, but was surprisingly sympathetic ...

      Indecent Proposal

      A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Aug 14, 2011

      4 comments

      ... t see what was about to mount him.  At top speed these flightless speed demons reach 60km/hr.  I was also careful to make sure that Ernie was competing on an empty stomach.  You see, over half the contents of an ostrich's stomach is gravel that they use to digest and process food in the absence of teeth. Fact.  I couldn't risk a rock laden bird.  There was additional motivation to stay on your mount.  The track was littered with more **** than you could ever imagine.  We ...

      How chilled was this place!!

      A travel blog entry by jumcveigh on Apr 21, 2011

      1 comment

      ... it. I'd had enough meat for one day so I enjoyed some light sushi and, of course, some wine! We also learned about a local artist whom we absolutely were blown away by... you shall see in our new flat soon why!
      Wine - The one at The Point Hotel, Mossel Bay - Chenin Blanc - A pleasant table wine. Wine - The one at the Blue Olive, Wilderness - Ladismith Shiraz - Rich and warm overtones lingering on the mouth for longer than you'd expect!


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      2nd Update of Our Trip

      A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 17, 2010

      2 comments

      ... Brak rivier. Once thing about this trip is that we have all learnt how to eat good food and drink plenty to go with it, all part of the holiday! Andrea and Leon went to Mossel Bay to visit his sister and also had a pleasant evening catching up with family but had a rather hair raising trip home in the dark accompanied by thick mist which required Leon to ride slowly followin only the Cats eyes on the freeway. Needed a drink by the time they got home.



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