George Lodge International
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from George
... 15th century and today is the main port for the Republic's offshore oil and gas industry. A seed was sown! Could we disembark there, stay with our friends overnight thence catch up with the ship again in Capetown? Well, after clearing this with the shipping company, immigration and of course Paul and Jenny, it was on. It went like clockwork. Our ship was too big to enter the harbour so we were "tendered" in - used one of the motorised lifeboats. After 15 minutes we were ...
... lot of bird life on the shores of the bay and the sandbanks, we saw Cape gulls, Egyptian geese and cormorants. On one side of the Heads there is a nature reserve with a tractor ride up to the top and walk down and through some caves to where a boat picks up people and takes them back to the small boarding wharf. It was not running when we arrived as there were too few people. We opted for a shorter trip out to the heads on a boat ...
... Ashley and co said they would join us for a drink at the local down the road, where a live band would play every night. We all went down, had a few drinks, and when the place closed, it was everyone back to Wild Farm. Apparently Wild Farm are famous for throwing massive trance parties in the summer with over a thousand people. The first one of the year was coming up on the 27th Sept, which we unfortunately wouldn't be able to make. As ...
... Fairy Knowe Backpackers where we'd stayed the first time we came to Wilderness in 2002, the best backpackers' hostel I've stayed in, in all the world. We walked along leafy residential streets lined with impossibly luxurious villas, along the side of the reed-fringed river, and eventually got to the "town" - more of a village really. About 11am now, roasting hot, and I was very hungry so we had a fried breakfast at an Italian restaurant in the village centre and rested for an ...
... PEP is a local thrift store chain in South Africa where one could go purchase cheap items (similar to a Ross).
As we began to cross we had to wade in the water waste deep, making sure we carried our bags over our heads to not get the contents inside wet. It's amazing how power the ocean can be. As the tide rolled in and out, I kept getting sucked in and felt like I was being tripped by some bully at school. I finally decided that water was not ...