Jungle Monkey And The Island Backpackers Lodge

2 Berea Road, Port St Johns, Eastern Cape, South Africa | Hostel
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Port St Johns

A travel blog entry by philandkylie

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The bazbus dropped us off in Mtatha, which we later read to be one of the most dangerous towns in S.A. We were left at the petrol station which was a fast food complex also and waited for our transfer to pick us up and take us to our hostel. We did a little shop in the Spar and finally bought toothpaste! We grabbed a Steers (like burger king) and had lunch. The shuttle was 2 hours late and he directed us to a white mini taxi which we had also been told never to ...

It's rainy season apparently...the Wild Coast

A travel blog entry by danib1985

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... got back and put my winter socks on and as many clothes as poss, was wearing socks with sandals, good look...Tired!!! Slag Bol for dins was amazing, chris was saying we didn't speak but it was weird, we were all a bit shell shocked after the drastic change in weather and the truck incident and new people ad losing old people it was all a bit much!!! Spag Bol and pasta amazing!!! With salad..different dynamic with chris and new peeps, Vladia is more quiet!! ...

Wks 62 & 63 - Cinsta to Port St Johns

A travel blog entry by juliestaub

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... due to my intense stalling, time had run out and I had to be satisfied that I did the jump at all whilst we ate our Coffee Bay classic of sandwiches toasted to perfection over an open fire :) We got back, relaxed and then over ate at the awesome braai of t-bone steak, potatoes, salad and pancakes for dessert, happy Julie!!! We then played some killer pool which I finished second in - killer pool is when you get 2 or 3 lives - any ball can be hit by the white ball, you lose a ...

Road to Coffee Bay

A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano

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... down but still in operation.

Stunning old trees lined the road, most of them around 80 to 100 years old. From looking at the windbreaks protecting the tea plantations, one could tell that this farm goes way back. This could be a great source of employment, but we did not see any activity in the plantation during our drive through. Would like to find out what kind of tea they grow and ...

A random road trip

A travel blog entry by maia

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... and wine until the sun went down. We relaxed and were spoiled in Port St. John's and the three of us had hours of fascinating conversation ranging from religion to culture to the environment to sex to relationships to politics to social change to travel adventures ...

I loved talking to Stephanie about her views on the world, because while on the surface they seemed to differ quite strongly from mine (she also works in oil and ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsJungle Monkey And The Island Backpackers Lodge Port St Johns

    Reviewed by shanam6m

    Amazing place to be

    Reviewed Oct 25, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Waukesha , United States Flag of United States

    I had the best time at this hostel! What was to be a day and a half stay turned into almost a week. An absolute beautiful place in Africa to be at a wonderful hostel! Loved the people here, the music, the animals, entertainment...you HAVE to go!!! You wont be dissapointed...I'll be back

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Jungle Monkey And The Island Backpackers Lodge Port St Johns

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent