Ridgeback House

Address: Langverwacht Farm, Off R44, Windmeul, Paarl, 7630, Paarl, Western Cape, 7630, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Langverwacht Farm, Off R44, Windmeul, Paarl, 7630, Paarl, is near Backsberg.
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      Cheesefest and lunch at the waterfront

      A travel blog entry by benn0r on Apr 29, 2014

      35 photos

      ... eaten wherever you are. The Dive only lasted for 30 minutes, and while it was very controlled and the sharks were very tame, there were a few close calls where the sharks swam over the top of Lize-Mari or chased Rian for a few meters before swimming away.

      After the dive we decided to go for a walk and experience some of the waterfront, get some terrible touristy photos, then sit down for lunch. We all ate some seafood at a cafe which also served beers out of our own personal ...

      Driving on the Left Side of Road

      A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 06, 2014

      16 photos

      ... side while marching their troops. If two men riding on horseback were to start a fight, each would edge toward the left. Thus, they would be able to draw swords from their right and uphold a defensive position.

      In Continental Europe, driving on the right is associated with France and Napoleon Bonaparte. During the French Revolution, a decree of 1792 ordered traffic to keep to the "common" right. A little later, Napoleon consolidated this position by ordering ...

      Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by chrisnicolehall on Oct 22, 2013

      1 photo

      ... people have to walk big distances to get the basics of life - water, hospital care, education. The government has not done enough to address poverty and corruption. We make one last stop at a winery called Vergelengen on the slopes of Somerset West. We don't go there for the wine tasting but to visit the grounds and to have lunch.. The server is very friendly as we order a salmon pizza and a couscous beet salad. Chris stays calm as he drives through the city to return ...

      Getting more comfortable –

      A travel blog entry by callent on May 09, 2013

      Now that we have immersed ourselves more and more everyday into the Manenburg community and culture, I have found myself feeling more comfortable with the people and freely asking questions and letting my curiosity carry me along.

      Today I worked with Tim and Alaina and our coworkers were Carol and Felicity again. We were hoping to be able to visit with the HIV patient and hear her story to start out our day but unfortunately she was not ...

      Adventures with Marina and John

      A travel blog entry by rosietravels on Feb 21, 2013

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... we lived in Britain, we both are pretty rusty with "the wrong side" of the road -- especially in a manual car so that you also have to shift gears with the "other" hand. John has been an amazing chauffeur this week, weaving his way thru traffic, passing on the right, and even giving a running commentary as we drive along. The kids found us a beautiful home which we rented in the Tambeskloof area of Cape Town for the next two weeks. From here, our daily journeys would ...