Ringwood Forest Guest House

Address: Off the N2, On Harkerville Road, Between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay 0075, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Off the N2, On Harkerville Road, Between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay 0075, Pretoria.
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Done at the Ditsong

A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on Jun 01, 2015

33 photos

... done in one day what I've been waiting for over two months for, access to Wits' fossils.
But it really is fine. I think I have enough for the scope of this study, besides time and money are two things that I have in short supply. I was originally staying until the 9th, but I changed my flight, Virgin slapped me with a $300 change fee, *******s, Im hoping to get them to reverse it at Heathrow, the satellite offices cant do much in ...

Studying HARD

A travel blog entry by onestepahead on Aug 21, 2013

17 photos

... is even worse than Bud Light… sorry to mention these coloured waters in a sentence with beer (remember the joke about the 3 beer CEOs on Vancouver island – Blog “Set with the Sunset, rise with the Sunrise”!). After some adventurous samples I focus now on Hansa Pilsener – and this is my final recommendation for South African beer. Better recommendation: Drink wine, Klipdrift Brandy or Amarula (another story)!


Bramfontien Cultural Scene

A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jul 23, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... city beach. And a 'fashion' man with a very long expensive lens stationed himself outside our cafe and began to snap snap away. This is a new scene and only just getting noticed inside SA, let alone out of it.

Across from De Beer Street centre an old Victorian Hotel has been lovingly restored on the exterior, but complete revolutionised inside. It now hosts live music, weekday parties and hip fun by night. All down De Beer Street the fronts of building ...

More thoughts on life

A travel blog entry by michaeldc on Nov 16, 2012

This probably the first week I have had in the past 20 months to take stock of what had happened in my life and the impact on me - whilst I felt I handled the task of closing the Frimley plant very well, the emotional impact on me was probably not clear to me during that time. Dealing with the loss of over 300 people (including the temporary labour) is a considerable task and trying to support them all, the business and yourself is no mean feat. I ...


A travel blog entry by adisyl on Sep 16, 2012

... editing task to put together a tour video for the guys.

Writing this blog just a few weeks later and some of the detail is probably already slipping away, thank goodness for the photos and video which has jogged my memory.

SO thanks for reading, I hope you feel inspired to climb, or if you were just looking for advice hope you found it.

I am already starting to think I may climb Kili again in my life, but lets see.....

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