Quiet Mountain Country House

P. O. Box 207, Hekpoort, Gauteng, 1790, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P. O. Box 207, Hekpoort.
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    Two weeks to change your life

    A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... Johannesburg and Perth en route. Luckily in Perth I had 5 hours and free wifi so I was able to upload all my Africa pictures. I was also happy that I didn't need to clear passport control during my transfer in Australia so my 1 year working holiday Visa hasn't yet begun and I will have a full year in Oz once I do finally enter Sydney. First a few weeks in Bali, then I'll think about rejoining reality and starting my new working life in ...

    Cradle of Humankind

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Mar 23, 2014

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    today we checked out the Rhino & Lion Reserve , while nice all it really is an Drive true Zoo where the Animals are fed by Humans and they are in large enclosures where you can drive true. They do have an endangered species breeding programs and have successfully in the clouded Leopard breeding . there are 4 Jung Clouded Leopards to see. All in all it is still an Zoo and I personally do not ...

    Pretoria - Middelburg - Ohrigstad

    A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... Dullstroom and Lydenburg which are rich in history from the Voortrekkers and the Boer War.

  • As we neared our destination, we came through the Ohrigstad Valley. This valley is much like the Fraser Valley in BC. It has it's own microclimate. They grow a lot of citrus and Macadamia nuts as well as potatoes and vegetables. 33,000T of Macadamia nuts are exported every year. Their biggest obstacle is that they can't get good laborers. They people are there, ...

  • A Change Is Gonna Come

    A travel blog entry by isag23 on Sep 02, 2013

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    ... 8230;AMAZING!

    I just want to take this time to thank Chris and Becky for inviting us to work BWB with them. It’s an experience of a lifetime and fortunately, they let us be a part of their crew and I got to meet some pretty greatttt people there. I also want to thank all my peoples in Rwanda for all their help and support and for taking care of me and taking me in as part of their culture in the 11 months I was away from everything I knew. Thanks to the absolute ...

    At the airport

    A travel blog entry by redhalo on Nov 21, 2012

    Don't start boarding until 20:50 so have time to write this. Was very sad leaving today. Stine and Alex cried as we drove off which was really sweet and everyone wrote nice messages on my postcard (which made me cry in the airport later). Stine hid a cardboard rhino with a farwell message on in my bag - was so touched.

    Bit scary working out how the airport worked to start off with but once ...