Herolds Bay Hotel

Address: Spekie Crescent, George, Western Cape, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from George

Glentana here we come.

A travel blog entry by viv2travel on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

A early start, car packed to the brim. Wilma as the youngest is squashed into the back, no place for a mouse! With great laughter and excitement we set off. The car shook the whole way.... From laughter! We met Josh and Jess in George and set off in convoy with ice cream cones and laughter. We could not believe our eyes.......... ...

Intern Life

A travel blog entry by lwoolfe on Aug 28, 2014

53 photos

... br> Though protocol and genuine decency prevents us from going further than 300
seconds at a time, we turn them, and once in ‘tonic’ we take the
first minute to count the respiration rate then continue to see how long they
remain in this state.

That's it in a nutshell, but I assure you I've been doing other various activities as well, so you will be getting further updates from where you'd all rather be!


The pied kingfisher trail.

A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 12, 2014

1 photo

... 20, despite it all being along the flat. We saw some great birds though. The first part was the route we took yesterday, but then we struck off eastwards through the reedbed. We emerged onto a dusty road on the far side of the river plain along the bottom of the forested slope, and almost immediately I saw a Knysna Lourie dashing across a space between trees. This is probably the most exotic looking bird that South Africa has to offer, and it's almost unique to this area. ...

The Elephant Dance

A travel blog entry by trickynikki on Nov 26, 2012

2 photos

... 4 moves times 4. The other joy is that you can do this dance to any music you like, African beats work best but it been done to anything from Rihanna to Simon and Garfunkle. The dance demands that you make it your own, each move allows some individual expression. But mostly we (the collective creators of this dance) just want to see you smile and shake your elephant pants. The first move is the trunk ...

Living on the Edge

A travel blog entry by mmkuhl on Apr 22, 2011

4 photos

22 April – We left early Good Friday morning for the most epic trip of my life. The destination: Cape Town, one of the most magnificent cities in the entire world. But before we could reach the Mother City, fears needed to be faced head on at the Bloukrans Bungee Jump. 216 meters (over 700 ft.) of pure adrenaline pumping through your veins as you free fall off the Guinness Book of World Records highest bungee jump in the world. We left early Friday morning and ...