Oakhurst Hotel

Address: Cnr Meade & Cathedral Streets, George, Western Cape, 6530, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cnr Meade & Cathedral Streets, George.
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    Travel Blogs from George

    A Road Less Travelled

    A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on May 26, 2015

    ... the less adventuresome road, travelling back to Oudtshoorn where we enjoyed a lovely meal of ostrich (ostrich kabobs and grilled ostrich). Living up to the old adage - to me it tasted like chicken.

    Back through the Outeniqua Pass, returning to Wilderness and our guest house.

    Tomorrow we are off to Mossel Bay to check in to shark cage diving.
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    RIP Claire Millar

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Dec 18, 2014

    2 photos

    ... could still pick up the car without worrying we will be late. Claire went straight back to bed and i didn see the point as i was awake now so i just stayed up. John was up not long after claire went back to her bed so i just spoke ***** with hin for a while. Speaking to the boys in Dubai and was seeing if they were keen for a brunch on the 2nd jan when im back. Blaine was tellin me how he is going to Bahrain in the morning, getting a philly chese ...

    Goodbye Addo, Hello Mossel Bay

    A travel blog entry by aliceatfr on Nov 25, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... recognize it. It's time to leave the camp and head to Mossel Bay.
    The Portuguese explorers, Bartholomeu Dias and Vasco da Gama were the first Europeans to visit the bay late in the 15th century. It became a useful place for ships to stop off as there was fresh water available and deals could be struck with the local people.. A large milkwood tree beside the spring was used as ...

    Little waterfall and big tree.

    A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 13, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... got stung for a hefty 100 Rand each park fees at the park gate. There hasn't been anybody at any of the gates up until now so we'd gotten away with it. On a telephone pole next to the canoe office there was a lovely great Jackal Buzzard sitting preening himself, and we saw a magnificent Purple Heron glide down into the riverside reeds. We drove along the dusty road where we'd seen the Louries yesterday morning, and saw another one sailing across the road. Then we ...

    Otter Trail in Tsitsikamma

    A travel blog entry by justln on Jun 06, 2012

    18 photos

    ... the ocean here and is one of the most ferocious rivers in South Africa. During high tide, it is impossible to cross, and during low tide, it is swimmable. Thus, we had to time it perfectly of when we would arrive to the river at low tide to get across.

    When we got to the river, my fears of being swept out into the ocean took over, and I again contemplated using an escape route! But we sucked it up and put on our expendable PEP shoes that we bought for ...