Thulani River Lodge

Riverside Terrace 14, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on Riverside Terrace 14, Hout Bay, is near Rhodes Memorial, Para-Taxi Tandem Paragliding, Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding, and Hoerikwaggo Table Mountain Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hout Bay

    Driving on the Left Side of Road

    A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 06, 2014

    16 photos

    ... side while marching their troops. If two men riding on horseback were to start a fight, each would edge toward the left. Thus, they would be able to draw swords from their right and uphold a defensive position.

    In Continental Europe, driving on the right is associated with France and Napoleon Bonaparte. During the French Revolution, a decree of 1792 ordered traffic to keep to the "common" right. A little later, Napoleon consolidated this position by ordering ...

    I'm sorry for boring entries

    A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Nov 26, 2013

    Today was another slow day so I'm just going to write a short entry instead of rambling like I always do.

    I woke up, got ready for work, went to work, hung out with the other volunteers for a while because our boss kinda came late again, then when she came, she told us about this cool store called Osman's. Then she ...

    Indochina Encompassed

    A travel blog entry by kgleeson on Mar 29, 2013

    6 comments, 3 photos

    ... combination of must-see highlights and free time."

    Or another: "Gliding through the canals of Bangkok, floating down the mighty Mekong, visiting majestic caves and stunning limestone karats, exploring the bustling streets of Hanoi, sailing a junk through Halong Bay, shopping in Hoi An, exploring the Cu Chi tunnels, the killing fields of Cambodia, and taking in the magnificent Angkor Wat."

    So my ...

    Cape Town, Day Two

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Feb 27, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... served by your nieces and nephews. A real highlight. One of our stops was the tourist bureau to get brochures on the highlights and to ask about Cape Malay style restaurants for our evening meal. A cheerful young lady there gave us two addresses in the same area. We then passed a novel coffee shop housed in an old church and advertising "Heaven coffee"; a great concept. We hopped on the red bus and rumbled past the cathedral where Desmond Tutu preached and continued on up ...

    Township, Lion's Head & Rude African Women!!!

    A travel blog entry by danib1985 on Oct 22, 2012

    21 photos

    ... tourist at this point as he stood in front of us jabbering on about history and townships and his english wasn't the easiest to understand so i did find myself drifting off i to a bit of a daydream....not harming anyone! We then went to the Langa township which is the oldest surviving township in cape town i think?? He kept speaking about the history in the car and stuff he knows and cracking jokes that we didn't really get but it was ok. We got there and we got out to meet ...