This is the last accommodation post on our last December road trip. However, this Protea Mossel Bay by Marriott was actually our first stop on our 7 nights-6 accomodation road trip!
Nestled in the heart of the Little Karoo region, laid Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world, the home of Cango Caves. There’s something fascinating about this town, which seemed to remain in the seventies. So I’m glad we stayed in Oudtshoorn Inn Hotel which retains their seventies style beautifully. Continue reading Oudtshoorn Inn Hotel
“Let’s wander where the wifi is weak.” (anonymous)
If a full relaxation in nature, away from city life that you are looking for, I would recommend Teniqua Treetops .
Teniqua Treetops is an eco-friendly, “glamping” (glamorous canopy camping) experience nestled in an authentic indigenous forest in the Garden Route between Sedgefiled and Kysna. Continue reading Teniqua Treetops
So Kwantu Private Game Reserve is the ultimate destination of our 9 days road trip this holiday. We stayed in seven different accommodations along the way to Kwantu in Eastern Cape from Cape Town then vice versa. I will post some of the other accommodations we went in this road trip the one I would recommend only 🙂
We stayed for 2 nights in Kwantu, situated in Sydbury, between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. What an experience! We wish we could stay longer 🙂 Continue reading Kwantu Private Game Reserve
This is my last bit of our recent Asian holiday post blog. I’ve got to share the review of ´el Royale Hotel , Bandung, Indonesia. Continue reading él Royale Hotel Bandung, Indonesia
Holiday with little ones in tow required a plan of finding a comfortable spacious accommodation that would fit all of us in comfort, doesn’t it? We love staying in a serviced apartments where the units are spacious, comfortable and homey. One of our accommodations in our month length stay in Jakarta was Somerset Berlian in the South of Jakarta. Continue reading Somerset Berlian, Jakarta, Indonesia