Town Lodge George

Address: Knysna Road, George, Western Cape, 6529, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Knysna Road, George.
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          A Road Less Travelled

          A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on May 26, 2015

          Today we were able to test the stamina of our VW Polo (kind of a Golf equivalent) in our adventures around South Africa. We departed our lovely guest house (we in fact had use of a full two bedroom house during our stay in Wilderness) for the day after a wonderful breakfast. We headed back over the Outeniqua Pass toward Oudtshoorn, where ostrich farming in ...

          Its christmas eve supposedly

          A travel blog entry by jamieking on Dec 24, 2014

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          ... dont have much of a christmas. The most christmasy thing was the main street lights but even they were of things like lions and elephants instead of santa or elfs. We were going to make the cake together but it ended up claire basically making the whole thing while i converted the measurements from tablespoons to grams or ml. John was in the mood for a swim so me claire and him went to the links for a dip. Was good for my trap sitting in the jacuzzi. Since ...

          Practice Day 3 & Opening Ceremonies

          A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Nov 26, 2014

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          ... few more tricks about how to use the time well. Then Jacques and Rick had a slot "out of the box". Rick's final box slot was next. The rest of us walked out to the middle of the box to "critique" hoping that Allan Cassidy would stick around and offer a few tips too (sadly he was focused on coaching the British team). Rick's flight was fascinating to watch with some interesting hesitations and breaks in the program that we hadn't seen before. ...

          The Karoo and Flat Top Mountains

          A travel blog entry by origabe on Mar 29, 2014

          9 photos

          ... African Stone Age peoples, wandered far and wide. The Bantu people to the east of the Karoo did not occupy this arid region due to the lack of summer rainfall which prevented the farming of cattle. With the occupation of the region by European settlers, sheep gradually replaced the game and the cover of grass degenerated, owing to changes in the pattern of grazing and in the climate.

          Currently, ...

          The Elephant Dance

          A travel blog entry by trickynikki on Nov 26, 2012

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          ... right arm is your trunk and you swing it back and forth along with your right leg, then you repeat this 4 times on the left. The next move is the trunk stretch, this is where you join both your hands together to make one big trunk, and you swing your arms up above your head and then down between your legs. The third move is the mock charge, for this move you place your fingertips just behind your ears to ...