Le Petit Provence

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

    Goodbye to Chintsa after a short Hello

    A travel blog entry by libafrica-usa on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... hangover dissipated. We headed to the pool bar for pizza for lunch and dip in the pool. I again took lots of pictures of the weaver birds and their nests. I think I'm safe to say these guys were speckled weavers. Their nests are just amazing. I'm in awe of these little guys. Arriving back at the reserve, I was absolutely smashed, but managed to stay awake for a poaching lecture by Elliot. We all headed to bed about ...

    Weekend off in Chintsa

    A travel blog entry by libafrica-usa on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... the beach, where the weather turned on us a bit. Whilst it was still sunny, the wind really picked up and it was intense walking up the beach for 5kms to reach town. When we finally arrived we had lunch at a small restaurant next to the VA32 office, with the greatest chocolate milkshakes I've ever tasted. We then headed on to Buccaneers backpackers. Arguably the best backpackers I've ever stayed at. I was in a room with Rach, Kerstin, Abbey, Liz, ...

    Little fruits of hope

    A travel blog entry by katherine-anne on Dec 02, 2014

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    ... said one, and planting, and how to make a lamp from a bottle with water and a little bleach that reflects the sunlight.
    Jacques had managed to capture their attention, while explaining these things in an amusing way. Great way to teach, they loved it.
    Anything else, I asked?
    Well, you can't talk in front of chickens, said the one, and the other added, or eat them, unless they are nameless.....:)

    A little ceremony before they made their way back. ...

    Qolora Education Centre

    A travel blog entry by thewanderings on Oct 10, 2014

    ... they shouldn't be surprised if they're given a funny look and asked what the heck it is); a tin roof so when the rain pours you have to SHOUT at each other to even vaguely understand......

    There are 2 other lads volunteering here, Damien and Tim, which I am so pleased about! I'm not really sure I could have hacked this one on my own - despite being somewhat cut off from civilization at The Rest, there was still a stack of home comforts in a ...

    Wild times on the Wild Coast

    A travel blog entry by harrietkurylec on Jun 19, 2013

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    ... sticking around too much. The next day me and Brin decided to walk down to the beach which proved to be more problematic than we first thought. Mainly because we had no idea where we were going (we must have asked for directions about 8 times) and secondly they had closed off most roads and paths leading to the beach to set up for the Top Gear festival. Me and Brin were very tempted to stick around for the weekend and meet Jeremy Clarkson but that may have been a ...