Kopanong Bed & Breakfast

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

Feng Shui Cape Town

A travel blog entry by coughlantravel on Mar 21, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... we had read enough and had brain overload.

So back on to the bus and rode around again to Green Market Square. A bit like an African version of Covent Garden where we saw some brilliant street entertainers - the best was a group of scruffy young boys, probably 8-16, who danced with 'rattles' made of crushed plastic cups sewn together around their ankles and the effect was great. Fell for it all, and so did the rest of the crowd. ...

And then there were the monkeys

A travel blog entry by ltl_lisa on Oct 14, 2014

36 photos

... before it closed. Was it ever worth the jog! I never even found out what kind of monkeys they were in all the excitement. They were wonderful, the kids laughed and giggled and chased them. They climbed on everything and the first monkey that came to see us peed on my purse, yep monkey pee, for real! The kids thought this was the funniest thing they had seen in a long time and I'm sure it will be one of the highlights of the trip! They climbed all over the kids and ...

District 6, apartheid and one man's story

A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 11, 2014

10 photos

... you can't know...until someone gives you a reason to question those beliefs. As our guide relates his story, a story of growing up "white" in apartheid S.A., it is not hard to tell that he deeply regrets his former beliefs, wonders why he ever thought that was rational, struggles with why members of his family still think that way. He told us of the day Nelson Mandela was going to give his first speech and how he wanted to be their ...

Robben Island

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Jun 11, 2014

1 comment

... we prevailed upon him to let us through just for the views (which were amazing). But actually, the diamond store was open, and the lady there told us a good bit about the estate and about the diamond jewelry sold by the owner of the estate. Welcome to South Africa - no one gives you a straight answer about anything.

Also, there are no street lights on the highways out in the country. It's very dark. Reminds me of the driver between Dallas and Austin.


South Africa

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Mar 31, 2014

203 photos

... to tell us their names and the older ones knew how to ask for money and sweets. They were so cute about the hand holding. They would fight a bit over who got to hold our hands. This one girl who was probably 5-6 years old was one of the first to come up to us and the first to grab a hold of my hand. She couldn’t speak English but she smiled up at me the whole time we walked together and she defended our grasped hands as if it was her most precious toy. ...