Town Lodge George

Address: Knysna Road, George, Western Cape, 6536, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Knysna Road, George.
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Travel Blogs from George

Too chicken to drop

A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on May 25, 2015

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Returning to Wilderness from Storm's River we stopped in at Bloukrans bridge where reportedly the worlds highest bungee jump is situated, and one of the challenges in a recent Amazing Race. Unfortunately, according to the restrictions posted, anyone with knee problems should not attempt the jump, and Vivian has been struggling with ...

Crunch goes my trap

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Dec 21, 2014

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... im not convinced she was massaging it, i think she was just using this as an excuse to hurt me. Aas bloody sore with her stickin her knuckles into my neck and trying to get the knots out. Cant believe folk pay her moneu to get that done! It did help a bit though so hopefully ill be better tomorrow. Went for our lunch at the links golf course and got lamb shanks was bloody ...

Practice Day 2: The 4th member arrives

A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Nov 25, 2014

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... some valuable low-level experience gained without incident. Later when consulting Bob Harris, his advice was...."Don't invite trouble!". Point taken. Throughout the day in spite of poor weather, teams from South Africa, New Zealand, and the UK who had been practicing about 2 hours away in better weather started to arrive. With them came the planes' fourth member: Bertus Du Preez. Upon his arrival, ...

Giant kingfishers.

A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 15, 2014

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... aficionado. There was a hand rail all along the downhill side and it climbed up and down the vertiginous valley walls, becoming steps in the steepest places. The boards were furrowed to make them non-slippery and it was all professionally jointed and held together with screws not nails. On the really high sections it was supported on telegraph pole sized legs with concrete foundations. How did they get all that timber up there? ...

Klein Karoo

A travel blog entry by alexndean on Nov 09, 2011

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... Even better, on the other side of the mountains it was a beautiful clear day.

We chose to do the 'adventure' tour - a longer walk through the caves with some obstacles in the way.

The early caves are enormous - apparently they used to hold concerts here and seated 1,000 people. Off the main track we had to squeeze, clamber and scrabble through some pretty tight ...