Protea Hotel King George

Address: King George Drive, King George Park, George, Western Cape, 6529, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on King George Drive, King George Park, George.
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      Its christmas eve supposedly

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Dec 24, 2014

      5 photos

      ... eve we went out for dinner, it tooka while to decide what to have and we ended up at an indian but first went in past the cleaners township to give her christmas presents. I can safely safe im glad i dont live in one of those although the barbers in the tin hut next to the front garden that has horses in it did look pretty good... Tonights move was pain and gain, didnt manage to see it at cinema when it was out. Seem to be watchin alot of movies here which is pretty ...

      Practice Day 3 & Opening Ceremonies

      A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Nov 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... was really only there for show. Check out the picture. So on the accomplishment list for the day: theoretically we have now shaken anything that can move out of the plane ... In addition to practice, the first briefing and opening ceremonies were held tonight and the 49 competing pilots from 16 countries pulled their starting numbers for the Known program. On CWP Jacques flies at position number 7 around 9:45. Rick pulled lucky number ten so ...

      The Karoo and Flat Top Mountains

      A travel blog entry by origabe on Mar 29, 2014

      9 photos

      ... African Stone Age peoples, wandered far and wide. The Bantu people to the east of the Karoo did not occupy this arid region due to the lack of summer rainfall which prevented the farming of cattle. With the occupation of the region by European settlers, sheep gradually replaced the game and the cover of grass degenerated, owing to changes in the pattern of grazing and in the climate.

      Currently, ...

      I bless the rains down in Africa, I bless the rain

      A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Oct 30, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... at the farm. Chanel says "OH, Amazing" and "OH Cool, excitement" to the smallest action taking place...she would even say it to a fly passing by! And Veronika congratulated me on being so smart, young and enjoying life the way I do. HELL YEAH! :D
      I wanted to go paragliding but there hasn't been enough wind, so the last 2 days I have just enjoyed the quietness of Wilderness, just me, myself and I...I like these short bits of me time.

      And now, before I go back to my book in ...

      Route 62

      A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands on Aug 01, 2011

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... I then climbed on the back of the ostrich, held onto it's wings, at which point the bag was whisked off the ostrich's head, the crowd has to make as much noise as possible, and the ostrich takes off at the speed of light, with myself flailing around on it's back completely out of control. And yes, I wash totally shaking when I got off.

      At least I survived, and I can say that I have ridden an ostrich....I have my certified Ostrich Driving License to say so!!!