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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Travel Blogs from Pretoria

Joburg and Pretoria... not all its hyped up to be

A travel blog entry by benn0r on May 16, 2014

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Let me just say, the title of this entry is about the reputation of the city rather than how much I enjoyed my stay. People from the western cape (and most of the world for that matter) look at Johannesburg and Pretoria as the dangerous part of South Africa, and while it is true to some extent, there are some really nice parts about both places.

Beware, this week I didn't take photos of everything I did, mainly because I was either drunk and \ or I forgot.

Family holiday

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Mar 19, 2013

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... I did not head for the next hostel, but checked in at a very nice 4 star Hotel and had a room wirh aircon, shower, tv, and internet access all for myself, which was absolutely lovely! Of course we were very happy to see each other and exchanged travel stories and news from home over a delicious dinner before heading north towards Pretoria the following morning. On the way there we made a little detour to the Cradle ...

Blyde River Canyon

A travel blog entry by danielleandsean on Feb 02, 2013

... hour before continuing on. Today was our last day with the tour group and the last stops were the airport for Isobel and the hotel for us. Gerry knew a place to stop for food in between which had Rhinos. The owner had been clever enough to safely remove the horns so they would not be poached. We ate chickens and chips looking at rhinos, zebra, impala etc... It was ...

In the real Africa

A travel blog entry by ian.jane on Apr 16, 2012

... the kids for supper. It is because of his meat-goat venture that tonight we chose to braai goat for supper ... we have to try goat. Ian's eaten it, I never have (verdict later!)

Laying the table out under the huge riverside trees took a LONG time... just TOO many distractions. There were little spotted bushbuck walking between me and the river – and another, big ram on the opposite side wanting to drink with a 3m crock snoozing on the sand bank. Then ...

Going Home!!!!

A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Nov 02, 2011

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... they left I finished with my final duties aboard and then was on my way back home, very nervously I might add due to the visa situation I explained in my previous blog. The goodbyes were short and much appreciated from my chef but my captain I couldn’t have given a flying fish about due to the way he treated me. Without even as much as a thank you he said goodbye and wished me good luck with passport control...a true testament to the type of man he is! Four months aboard ...

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