Le Petit Provence

252 Garrick Crescent, Cintsa, Eastern Cape, 5275, South Africa | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 252 Garrick Crescent, Cintsa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Cintsa

    Day 7: Last full day on board

    A travel blog entry by karen612 on Dec 03, 2013

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    ... continued with a Northeasterly route (045') coasting along South Africa towards Durban. Distance from Port Elizabeth to Durban: 388 Nautical miles 5:30 Arrival DURBAN *************************************** ******************** We had plenty of time to do some shopping on the ship... I just wanted to run away from those photos. Introduced Durban folks to BINGO. Last day was an entertainment event of note and ...

    S.A road trip stop 8

    A travel blog entry by gbrocklebank on Aug 28, 2013

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    Cintsa: Buccaneers backpackers lodge with sea view Highlights: Another great drive carrying on along the Wild Coast, our sea view cabin at Buccaneers, hot sunny walk along the beach, all the beautiful shells on the beach, waking up to a monkey on our ...

    Chinsta

    A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Jun 29, 2013

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    My stay in Chinsta was short but enjoyable. I only was there for about a day, but enjoyed its views of the river and the beach. The backpacker prepared a Saturday night 3-course traditional African dinner that was pretty good. I awoke to a ...

    Wild times on the Wild Coast

    A travel blog entry by harrietkurylec on Jun 19, 2013

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    ... About 45 minutes after leaving the hostel we made it onto the beach front, pretty tired and hungry by this point. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice it was - kilometres of golden sand, loads of people surfing the waves and cafes lining the promenade. We sat in a deckchair and had a great brunch watching the world go by - we were just happy to not be on a bus! Afterwards we hired go karts and zoomed up and down the beach promenade for an hour like little kids, I ...

    The Wild Coast

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Nov 04, 2012

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    ... all by white people. Next door there was a supermarket that was bulging with African shoppers. It still looked like the 1980s. It's been twenty years, but it's as though apartheid is still in effect. It would be interesting to investigate why this is, but I can only speculate. Of course the menu may be the biggest problem. And most Africans cannot easily afford to spend that much for a meal -- but not even one? Then again, who wants to be the first? In ...