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History Of Coffee Bay

Posted on 28 April, 2018
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maggiemakeupaddict.com -History Of Coffee Bay Coffee Bay. The town is named after the hundreds of coffee trees which grew from beans either scattered by a shipwreck or by plunderers. A holiday resort in Tembuland is located 80km south-east of Viedgesville. It can be reached via a turn-off from the N2 highway. The Mthatha River has its mouth near Coffee Bay.

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History Of Coffee Bay its name. How Coffee Bay Got its Name. So often, the most interestingly named places have ho-hum origins. Take Curry’s Post, a pretty area in KwaZulu Natal's Midlands. I imagined that some KZN boys at some point cooked up a feast for the Settlers, the main course of which was a steaming, blow-your-head-off Durban curry made from local spices.

South africa coffee bay. For, if this was the case, they may not have chosen to sail to this part of the world and face a tragic end to their journeys. However, the shipwrecks scattered along the Wild Coast form an integral part of its history, and Coffee Bay is no exception. At the sight of the rugged se

History and legends. Coffee Bay is part of the O.R. Tambo District Municipality in the Eastern Cape, one of the poorest provinces in South Africa. It stretches for 160kms from the Kei Mouth in the south to Port Edward in the north and about 100kms inland.

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