Chapman's Peak Bed and Breakfast

2 Henschell Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7806, South Africa | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on 2 Henschell Road, Hout Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Hout Bay

    Two Oceans, Two Hundred Sundowners

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Apr 22, 2014

    19 photos

    ... Of course me and my bum wouldn't recommend seeing it by bike though, turns out to see those mountain ranges and valleys you need to ride up some bloody big hills. Holy gamolly did my bum hurt by the end of the day, oh and the beginning of the day and also all of the next day. Didn't help either that we when we finally got to the top of the biggest hill in the world that would never end that the winery/restaurant of choice would not serve us as they were closing soon (it was ...

    Caution: Baboons are dangerous, Penguins are not.

    A travel blog entry by dgandj9 on Jan 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... us both passing out for a quick sleep (think it was the wine) before heading out for dinner at Cafe Paradiso with Janines brother Gary and fiancée Lisa, and her brother and fiancée. A really nice dinner.

    All in all an actioned packed day.

    Honestly, Cape Town/The Western Cape is amazing. The scenery, the vibe, the food, the wildlife, it is truly special. I now understand why people tolerate the crime factor to live here...
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    South Africa - Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 29, 2013

    111 photos

    ... The rules that applied to their stay in the prison were also slightly different. They had more privileges than blacks but at the same time less than whites.

    In total the tour lasted almost 4 hours (including the ferry). We were back at V&A Waterfront at about 12.30. We went to the Robben Island Museum that can be found in the same building like Nelson Mandela Gateway. The museum took us a little bit deeper to the history of Robben Island.

    After ...

    Pistorious, Muslim Identity, and Bo-Kaap

    A travel blog entry by larafunk on Apr 22, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... as quoted in Petrus). This increase in assertiveness of colored identity may be a response to the colored community’s yearning to create a positive image, or could be part of a group effort to try and benefit from the new democratic South Africa (Adhikari, 2005).

    Ruiters further explores these newly formed identities by arguing that coloreds are “revisiting” old identities such as KhoiSan, Creole, and ...

    Day Eighty-One

    A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Mar 31, 2013

    ... I ran out of the workout to shower and go to Easter mass.

    Alex and I went to the fireside chat with Saudi prince Fadaad who is sailing with us from South Africa to Ghana. He is so down to earth yet amazingly accomplished. A Stanford graduate and influential member in Facebook, he had a lot of very interesting stories to tell. Afterwards I went straight to snack time since I missed dinner and I had the best PB & J I have eaten on the whole trip.

    Happily full,

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