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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      Travel Blogs from Paarl

      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 ...

      The Cape Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 04, 2014

      52 photos

      ... We started the adventure on the Western side of the peninsula on the False Bay Coast. We visited Simon's Town and Boulder’s Beach’s cute colony of African penguins. The famous naval base of Simon's Town is situated on False Bay about halfway down the length of the Cape Peninsula. During the Second World War many heavy guns were dug into ...

      Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by jenscaras on Aug 13, 2013

      18 photos

      ... This area consists of dozens of restaurants, bars, and shops. The second day was spent getting to know the city better, and we went on a tour around some of the nicer sites in town. Our tour guide’s indigenous language is Xhosi, and we took a video of her speaking what we previously only knew as "clicks." One of the things Cape Town is best known for is its natural beauty. It is surrounded by mountains ...

      They thought we were doctors

      A travel blog entry by a.omara on May 07, 2013

      ... They still thought we were doctors.

      Today however we actually saw patients and it was an amazing experience. I partnered with Corey, another Grand Valley student planning to be a PA and a health care worker from Manenberg. Our first patient was a 72 year old female getting end of life care. When we walked into the home the family greeted us and led us to her bed. She was laying still in bed as flies circled the room. It was hot yet she was under a blanket, ...

      New friends, Sharks and Family reunions

      A travel blog entry by barefootsuzie on Sep 15, 2012

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... one that close was amazing. To have 7 circling the boat by the second dive was out of this world. Sat on the top deck watching these magnificent creatures come out of the water and seeing them so close was an experience that will stay with me forever.





      On that evening, I went to a local restaurant and was asked by the owner if she could sit with me to eat her meal. I happily accepted; glad of the company and after a few drinks we were chatting away like ...