Cozy Nest Guest House

7 Jameson Road, East London, Eastern Cape, 5111, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 7 Jameson Road, East London.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cozy Nest Guest House East London

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Travel Blogs from East London

EVERY EXPERIENCE IS AN EXPERIENCE

A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on May 15, 2014

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... we went into we were met with smiling faces from both the students and teachers, thanking us for bring food and coming to help, one class even had a student stand up and thank us on behalf of the class which was very sweet. Another teacher was excited that we had chosen oranges for the vitamin C benefits and said maybe the children will be able to see the blackboard now with all the vitamin C :) another teacher said he would test the children after they ...

A hot and humid day

A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Jan 07, 2014

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... The show later on was a flautist we had seen on a previous cruise but we went to see him as he was very good.

The following morning we docked at East London a port on the Buffalo River. This town has nothing to commend it. It is a poor town with unassuming shabby buildings. The shuttle bus took us to the only place they thought worth visiting which was a huge modern shopping ...

September

A travel blog entry by samandalice on Oct 01, 2013

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... noise, the wind almost tore the door off. As it was pure rock up there I had no idea the wind was blowing at about 80km/h. It was brown trousers time, and I jumped out to close the door and was nearly blown off the ledge myself. The door hinges had been wrenched a bit as the door burst open, which made it impossible to close with the wind blowing. The adrenaline was pumping, but luckily Alice could reach over and just hold the door, as I was able to ...

Hogsback Hiking

A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 11, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... Sunday was cold. Mist had descended and the temperature was hovering around zero, so we decided to take the lower fire road. This was wide and open and well marked, so there was no chance of getting lost. It was a good decision as when we reached hogsback we got a view of where our original route went, and it was covered in snow! We treated ourselves to a big meal in the happy hog (after the owner of ...

The Trans-Kei

A travel blog entry by samandalice on Apr 15, 2013

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... a gigantic hake, sand clams..... It was absolutely fantastic. There was a nice busy atmosphere, and no guilty feelings when we went up for seconds, thirds, fourths.... It was also finished off by a nice touch. They ran out of chocolate cake (a particularly large man on the next table ate three fifths of it), and Alice was distraught. She made enough fuss to attract the attention of the chef who said he would be back in 4 minutes. He came back, and he had made fresh ...