Far Hills Country Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from George
... some valuable low-level experience gained without incident. Later when consulting Bob Harris, his advice was...."Don't invite trouble!". Point taken. Throughout the day in spite of poor weather, teams from South Africa, New Zealand, and the UK who had been practicing about 2 hours away in better weather started to arrive. With them came the planes' fourth member: Bertus Du Preez. Upon his arrival, ...
... further, we left the canoe and walked up the riverside track a short way until we discovered a new boardwalk. Last time we'd come here it had been a muddy jungle track following a water pipeline, but now they have built the M1 motorway of all boardwalks, for a couple of kms. It was a Wonder of the Modern World! Excuse me for getting so excited, but I used to build boardwalks myself when I lived in Scotland many years ago, and I'm a bit ...
Our second stop was in a little town called "Wilderness".From our B&B we had a beautiful view of the beach and the sea. Overall there was not a lot to do in the small city, so we headed to the natural reserve for a hike. This hike took us about 2 hours and we ended up at a lovely waterfall. ...
After breakfast we return to Johannesburg airport, flying to George in the Western Cape and at the heart of the gorgeous Garden Route. We take the short drive to the coastal town of Knysna and our hotel, the charming three-star superior Knysna Hollow Country Estate. The comfortable rooms are all whitewashed and thatched and many overlook the two swimming pools. There is an ...
... two SA girls joined me in my room and, having a car (whoop!), invited me for dinner with them in Knysna nearby. Thank the lord!! I thought I was going to have to join the grannies for the night! The girls, Christine and Renee, were lovely and we enjoyed a nice meal of Sushi, before returning back to find the OAPs having a church sermon around the fire. Jeez!
The next day the weather had really killed any chance of me enjoying my stay. BB is so remote all you can do ...