Boesmanskop

Route 62, Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, South Africa | Hotel
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South Africa - Oudtshoorn

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... heat sensitive pits around their lips which helps them to locate food.

  • Brown House Snake. It eats small rodents and lizards. It has no venom. It grows up to 150 cm. It lays between 6 and 12 eggs. The "house" snake is so named because it can be frequently found around human settlements.
  • Forest Cobra. It lays between 11 and 26 eggs in summer. It grows up to 2,7 m. Its venom is potently neurotoxic, but because of restricted distribution and ...

Ronnie's Sex Shop

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik

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... pay for their dinner option, asking what dinner is. She doesn’t know. She’ll see how they feel in a couple of hours. OK. Value for money, I see.

We try to secure our belongings in our room by locking the wardrobe, but it’s no use and so we resign ourselves to simply hiding the most valuable things and carrying other items with us. We head out to explore the property. We ascend the terraced land where we could ...

Tiger cubby day

A travel blog entry by flickandlucy

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... but then realized this wasn't a dream :( We played, fed and loved them all day not leaving the house at all. I dont really know what else to say about this day cause im welling up just thinking about it.... im speachless let the pics and vids speak for themselves...all i can say is enjoy.... :)


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Oudtshoorn

A travel blog entry by tomrc86

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The Bazbus route includes Oudtshoorn on its itinerary, but it's not exactly on the way. A long detour from the coast is necessary, over the mountains, and into the more arid parts of South Africa. The town actually resembles the American mid-West with wide regimented streets and single-storey shops and houses, and feels a bit like it’s actually stuck in the 1950s. Oudtshoorn is best-known for its ostriches, which they serve ...

Burning hands and feet...

A travel blog entry by danib1985

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... we played some games and talked, 1 thing or secret that people don't know (I told the story of the flowery dungarees and getting my bike stolen), favourite place in the world....fun convos was nice. Our last night of camping before our final night in the hotel.....so weird!!!! Had some laughs though as usual, and told Peter to **** on chris' tent, that went down well haha. Leaving about 7 in morn despite the wet tents!!! Then we are Cape Town bound!!! The end of the trip!!! Eeeek! ...

     

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