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- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Oakhurst Hotel George
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... strong now. This might cost 5 times the price back home, so we're enjoying living high on the hog when we can. It'll be Ramen noodles for lunch for me again when I get back home!
After dinner, we did a nighttime hike on the beach. It gets dark by 6 pm here and at 7:30 the beach was ours! It was totally deserted and there was a full moon. What a night. We walked hand in hand at low tide and it was a night ...
Turns out Santa does come to the other side of the world, well i say santa its more like me dressed up in a santa outfit. John wondered whi it was walking threw the house in a santa suit. Claire bought him one aswell so we ended up kicking about in them for a while. It still didnt feel like christmas at all, even when we were openjng the presents we got each other. After that it got to hot and i couldnt hack the beard ...
... device because wind balloons are difficult to see and then retrieve in the snake and scorpion laden bushveldt around the airfield. To pass the time, the pilots walked their Known routines and teams began plotting which figures they would submit for the Unknown routine draw on Friday. It seems that there are also quite a few amateur weathermen in the crowd especially when there is time available to consider meteorology's impact on your best ...
... any minute and through dark and spooky tunnels until I met the caveman sitting in an abandoned station. I still have no idea what the station was for or how anyone got there except by train because it was completely inaccessible and positioned at the bottom of a sheer 200ft-high cliff. In the railway’s heyday the station served as a diner in the 1970s built into the cliffs. When it went out of business the ...
... and scaled the cliffs instead as climbing is more my forte.
We got across safely after 30 minutes of contemplating how to approach the river. Safe. One piece. And hardly any wet items!
It was day 5, and still we hadn't seen an otter. I was starting to think that the name of the trail was a misnomer. When we came into the clearing and the end of the trail we had a view of Nature's Valley and the 7km of uninhabited white sand beach. ...