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

First day of school

A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Jan 21, 2013

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... Africa who don't have a place in school making Joshua chance even lower. Back and forth to her office over the next few days and finally get a call last week to say he has a place in Robert Hicks Primary School which is down the road. Organise uniforms and stationary. Joshua started on Monday in Grade 7. I took him to class and within seconds he was sitting in his new seat and suddenly I was childless and had to walk away. Felt like first day ...


A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Oct 02, 2012

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... fluctuation in my favour.

My guide book told me that there was a train that would take me all the way to the coast, but trying to find out how to buy tickets online proved to be a dead-end. I even asked travel agencies how to buy tickets and they didn’t even know the trains existed. This was not a good start.

Refusing to retreat in the face of adversity I had to find my way to the central station and buy the ticket ...


A travel blog entry by whitechili101 on Mar 15, 2012

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... in Africa and produces large amounts of platnem and gold. South Africa is about the size of Puru and slightly smaller than Texas. 40% of South Africa's population lives in rural areas. South Africans have many belifes and people are loyal and respectfu. l In this country many people give even though they might not have a lot to give. Sometimes when they give it is ...

Going Home!!!!

A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Nov 02, 2011

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... with Dale to the airport in order to “pick up his aunt from an overseas business meeting”. When I walked through the sliding doors he didn’t even recognise me! After a few moments of thought and after having seen Dale jump all over me, it finally clicked. Damn it felt good to be home! The best was when I rocked up at home and my mom was outside cleaning the dogs...I crept up to the house behind a small bush, which got the dogs barking, which immediately had ...

"Soweto? What the f**k are you doing in Soweto?!"

A travel blog entry by afrikanskies on Feb 07, 2011

1 comment, 46 photos

... residents as tourist attraction. Our fantastic guide, NK, alleviated our fears by reassuring us that the residents saw the tour as both a valuable source of income for the local community, and more importantly they felt it was important for visitors to spread the word that Soweto was actually a safe, hospitable place worth visiting.

First stop on the tour was a shebeen (a local pub – or more accurately, a diminutive tin shack filled with benches) to sample ...

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