Villa Afrique

Address: 29 Sluyskin Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7806, South Africa | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B is located on 29 Sluyskin Road, Hout Bay.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    Cape Town!

    A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Nov 09, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... very interesting. We also spent a day in the Kirstenbosch botanical gardens which was really lovely. For lunch we bought a little picnic and ate by a beautiful lake with stunning views of table mountain. It was one of our favourite things we did actually. Mum and Dad would have loved it! We also made a brief stop at the beaches which were beautiful but the savage Cape Town wind made for some unpleasant sandstorms so we didn't stay for long. Table ...

    Being a little kid all over again

    A travel blog entry by marcusharris123 on Sep 05, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Town.

    After I spent all day at Rantanga Junctions I wanted to go and see the history of Cape Town and South Africa. Once I left Rantanga Junctions at 4pm, I then arrived at the Lady Hamilton at 5pm and got ready to go out to Cape Town Diamond Museum. I chose this muesum because of the trading hours which are from 9:am to 8pm and all the other museums in Cape Town close at 4 ...

    Driving on the Left Side of Road

    A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 06, 2014

    16 photos

    I drove over 2,800 miles (about the coast to coast distance across the US) in this adventure, mostly on National roads (an N is a prefix to each National road number). SA has generally good N roads. However, even on the N roads, the sheep, cows and goats were allowed to graze up to the road edge and sometimes entered the tarred surface if their herder became distracted. People, also use N roads to commute on foot, including young children going to school. Regional (R) ...

    Seeing the real Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by tlainy on Mar 04, 2014

    1 comment

    ... to take my earrings off or else they would swallow them. Also, if I were in the right place at the right time I could have ridden one, too. What?? When I come back I will definitely do this. Wayne says you can only ride them for about 100m because they're too fast to stay on. The other animal we saw was the African penguin. It's an actual type of penguin now, they've evolved into their own kind! They live on the coast and in the sand, and they rather enjoy this warm ...

    Out of Africa

    A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Aug 24, 2013

    ... and our tour leader Sam change the front tire after a massive blowout. Two days later as we were driving along the highway overtaking a small car when the engine simply cut out. It took a couple of hours to get it right again leaving us no time to get to our next campsite to watch the sunset. No matter, sunsets along the side of the road are just as beautiful and heading back into the city of swackupmound, which we had not ...