Kopanong Bed & Breakfast

Address: Velani Crescent, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Khayelitsha area of Cape Town, is near Vrede en Lust Wine Estate.
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Travel Blogs from Cape Town

Bucket listings

A travel blog entry by sjief on May 17, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... you waiting for. The bucket list checks.

The way I was enrolled in this internship was via a mediate agency Go Placement. They arranged the internship and every now and then they organise little trips. I went along one of these trips and we went to a shooting range in Somerset West for some practice shots. Never have I seen or touched a real gun, it was an adrenaline rush shooting those 17 bullets and missing every single target I was aiming ...

Happy New Year from the Cape of Good Hope

A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen on Jan 02, 2015

6 comments, 12 photos

... Town for about 25 years. So the first of the Hudsons on our South African trail! Mary-Ann, an old friend of Carol's from Kenya was there, and Anne-Marie, Carol's daughter who has now moved back to South Africa. We had a delicious dinner and saw in the New Year in the traditional way.

On New Year's Day (another beautiful, sunny day) we drove down the coast to Simon's Town and then on to Cape Point. I tried to imagine my ancestors landing in that fragile ship ...

The Rainbow Nation

A travel blog entry by katyflo on Jul 22, 2014

19 photos

... suffered the most. It was decided that this once very colourful, cultural, and mixed community would be for whites only and so the coloured and blacks would be physically removed from their homes and their homes were demolished. 60,000 people were removed from their homes and relocated. And for what? They never even replaced the demolished homes with anything so now it is a place that is considered ruined. If you had a mixed family you'd be split up too. Thankfully with the work ...

Day 8 - Cultural Visit

A travel blog entry by mikewho19 on Jun 08, 2014

13 photos

... had people come to our section to perform an act for us on two separate occasions which included drumming, dancing, singing, and some screaming. Overall, I thought the restaurant was very unique and really loved the experience. I was also thinking while we were there if we had any similar restaurants in the United States because I think it would be cool for Americans to be able to experience this type of dinner ...

Re: Swakopmund Calling

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on May 14, 2014

... in our overland truck... Next we drove South to Spitzkoppe, Namibia's Matterhorn. Great afternoon climb up a mini Ayres Rock to watch the sunset. A very Australian looking landscape.... fabulous campsite. Then into the Namib Desert..... Extremely harsh country of sand & gravel that runs straight to the ocean's edge. At Cape Cross we visited a seal colony & the point where the ...