Garden Court Kimberley

Address: 120 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley, Northern Cape, 8301, South Africa | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 120 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley.
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    Travel Blogs from Kimberley

    Big Holes, Shut Attractions, Bush, Endless Roads

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on May 30, 2014

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    ... up early and after breakfast, loaded up the car and resumed the trip north. After a discussion we decided to break our journey at Kimberley, the old mining town as Dad was interested to see the Big Hole. This was still a 400 km drive but we arrived after midday after passing long stretches of flat scrub like bush which reminded me a little of the Northern Territories in Australia. I did also spot my first group of Meerkats on the highway tarmac, look outs on ...

    Shine bright like a diamond

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Oct 07, 2013

    21 photos

    ... It's good enough for the Blue Train. Two gentlemen of a certain persuasion enjoy each other's company in the bar car. Both are drinking hideously coloured cocktails. Both are wearing velvet style smoking jackets and bow ties. Look like meerkats off the Comparethemarket.com adverts.

    Train trundles through the Karoo desert. No light pollution whatsoever. Inky black sky the like of which I've not seen since being in the Chilean Atacama desert.

    Stars shine bright like a diamond.
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    In South Africa

    A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... the need for this, but if it is like Cambodia, all the trees (except where there are still landmines) have been cut and sold to overseas as lumber. Ironic how the landmines have ‘saved’ some forests…

    The travel doctor we went to in Hamilton, to get our immunizations; told us to wear light colours but not light blue. Apparently the darker colours are hot and but ight blue attracts Tetse flies which bite. Dave says there are also Putsy ...

    The end of the road

    A travel blog entry by riahopkins on Nov 10, 2012

    Hello from SA! (South Africa, not South Australia),
    Wow. So I know it's been a while since my last post, and yet while I'm trying to think of what's happened in the last 10 days, I'm also preparing to fly home tomorrow. That's right, in less than 24 hours I will be airborne, on my way back to Melbourne via Abu Dhabi. But before we dwell too much on that...
    So, when we last spoke I was considering hurling myself off a bridge with only a piece of elastic cord to save me. I ...

    Back to Joburg

    A travel blog entry by elansarah on Dec 20, 2011

    1 comment

    ... topped with barbed wire topped with electrified wires are not visible from above.
    The next day we joined some of our local friends for an afternoon kosher braai (bbq) and upon our return to Ephiraim and Michalya's we were very pleasantly surprised to find a group of their jewish friends jamming on their porch. Before we headed out to our braai, E&M were discussing having a bonfire kumzits and said that one of their friends was likely to bring an acoustic ...