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Partying in Hermanus With Christoff

Twill be awesome

permalink written by  chris1998 on April 11, 2014 from Hermanus, South Africa
from the travel blog: Trip 2



Kopalnia diamentów RPA

Big Hole, czyli Wielka Dziura to nieczynna obecnie kopalnia odkrywkowa diamentów w południowoafrykańskim Kimberley. Uznawana jest za największą dziurę w ziemi wykopaną ręcznie. http://www.blogabond.com/UserPhotos/1458320/thumb/big-hole.jpg Wydobycie rozpoczęto w roku 1871, kiedy to grupa...

permalink written by  diament on September 11, 2013 from Kimberley, South Africa
from the travel blog: Śladami diamentów



Inyati

We got to Port Elizabeth without any dramas to catch our two flights to get to The Sabi Sands Game Reserve which is a part of the Greater Kruger National Park which is where we were to spend the next four nights. Our flight was delayed in Johannesburg which in fact turned out to be a...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on October 30, 2011 from Hazyview, South Africa
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Knysna, a geyser and a few elephants!

The higlight of our trip along The Garden Route happened in Knysna. While here it was Craig's parents Tracy and Bruno's 30th Wedding anniversary. We had planned a pretty awesome Surprise for them (even if we do say so ourselves) We organised an exclusive sunset walk with elephants at Knysna...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on October 26, 2011 from Knysna, South Africa
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Mosselbaai

We set off to Mossel Bay from Hermanus, this was to be our longest road trip and all just to get to the begining of The Garden Route. There is not a huge amount to report on this particular leg of the journey other than having to stop for some more baboons which is quite the novelty for us....

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on October 25, 2011 from Mossel Bay, South Africa
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Hermanus... Strange name great place.

We said goodbye to Cape Town and made our way to Hermanus (for those of you playing at home it is said Her-mar-nes) via The Cape of Good Hope, or as we called it “The Cape of Goodness me it is Windy I hope I don't blow away.” We still cannot figure out if the two and a half hour detour was...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on October 24, 2011 from Hermanus, South Africa
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



A Big Table

After spending three days in Cape Town I think it is safe to say it is one of the most pretty cities that we have visited. The views from Table Mountain looking down on the city and out to the Atlantic Ocean and the view from the city up to Table Mountain, Lion's Head and Signal Hill and the...

permalink written by  craigandcorrine on October 22, 2011 from Cape Town, South Africa
from the travel blog: Cape to Kruger and a Waterfall



Youth Day

Today it is Youth Day, so everyone gets the day off of work or school. Black South African students marched on June 16, 1976 to protest Bantu/separate and unequal education. School had been taught only in Afrikaans, and the educational standards were much lowers for black schools. Busi from...

permalink written by  Whitney on June 15, 2011 from Cape Town, South Africa
from the travel blog: South Africa



Umtha Welanga

Umtha Welanga (oom-tuh well-an-guh), where I'm interning, (ideally) does five things: 1. Provide support for families affected by HIV/AIDS 2. Provide support for child-headed homes 3. Provide support for foster families 4. Help attract people to fostering and place children in good home 5....

permalink written by  Whitney on June 14, 2011 from Khayelitsha, South Africa
from the travel blog: South Africa



Sardine Run

Day 1: Durban Four of us—Robin, Ellen, Mike and me—flew to Durban on the early flight (8 am). We thought we were the unlucky ones, but it turns out we got to spend the day at the beach, swimming and laying in the sun, while everyone else arrived tired around 4 pm. That was my first time...

permalink written by  Whitney on June 13, 2011 from Durban, South Africa
from the travel blog: South Africa



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