Hole in the Wall Hotel and Backpackers
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Babysitting service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hole in the Wall Hotel and Backpackers Coffee Bay
Travel Blogs from Coffee Bay
We woke to the aggressive sound of American hip hop and irritating people making irritating noise. Although we had slept reasonably well we still thought we could find a better establishment and called a place called sugar loaf who were about five minutes away. Thankfully they had a double room and came and picked us up and took us away from the party land in which we just didn't belong. We arrived to the perfect place, it had; lovely views of the bay, a ...
... house. We managed to sell almost all of our worldly possessions- beds, one car, fridge, furniture.... I was part delivery man, part rubbish man, with Alice co-ordinating it all. We sneaked about 18 bags of rubbish out to the bin men on Monday (putting it away from our house of course). We were very sorry to see the last of the house. We had some excellent times there, some great braais and dinners, and hosting of ...
... surf lessons in SA at only R50 this was definitely not something I was going to miss! The group size was 5 and all were more or less beginners so you didn't feel too useless :)! It was pretty windy so the sea was fairly choppy but had great beginner waves and Neil our instructor was very patient and encouraging so after a few attempts I was able to stand! I loved the lesson so much that I've book in for one more just before I leave tomorrow morning, so hopefully I will ...
... village tour I had done the day before and in Livingstone, this felt like I really got to see how the locals lived. There was two mattresses and a kitchen in the one room hut, his sister was sleeping on he floor with blankets with her son who was eating beans and rice off a plate on the floor and his other younger sister running around. There wasn't any electricity, running water or sanitary facilities. His mother poured us a maize mixed ...
... description on the website (bulungula.com) and the correspondence we had from them certainly alerted us but somehow was neither what we expected nor what we encountered! The previous weekend, they had had torrential rains that had washed out many parts of the road, adding to the challenge of incredibly steep hills and bumps that have to be driven at no more than 10km/hour. The 500 meter walk on the hillside with all our gear prepared us for the upcoming experience. ...