Travel Blogs from Cape Town, South Africa

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Admiring my teva tan, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Admiring my teva tan

A travel blog entry by tkillip

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... nice there. It was a good end to our trip since we had a lot of driving to do the next day.   Day 7 We arrived in Cape Town around 3pm and i was welcomed back to the house with open arms. It was nice to be missed by these crazy young ladies. I ...

I've heard NGOs are disorganized, but..., Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

I've heard NGOs are disorganized, but...

A travel blog entry by simcha

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... director expressing my disgust with my first two days here. If need be, I will find another NGO to work for here in Cape Town. I don't ultimately think that will be necessary, though. I can recognize that this week in particular is wildly nutty for them ...

Oh, 1 day here really isn't enough, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Oh, 1 day here really isn't enough

A travel blog entry by brookeandchris

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... we stepped outside of our hotel this morning it was very easy to see why so many people had been telling us about how beautiful Cape Town was. We were really close to Table Mountain, which is stunning. The first thing on the menu for today was a tour out ...

A new continent, a fresh page...., Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

A new continent, a fresh page....

A travel blog entry by themooners

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... OK to drink in S.A. as long as you are not the driver. Choice! Continuing our city tours with The Red Bus we toured Cape Town on yet another topless red bus. We traveled through District 6, site of the forced removals for local blacks during the Apartheid ...

Cape Point, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cape Point

A travel blog entry by therhodesies

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... was of no concern to Steve as he was very happy  to be dropped in Camps Bay for coffee, his favourite spot in Cape Town while Clare and I dashed back.   We were disappointed when we arrived at the entrance to Cape Point to find that an ...

penguins and ostriches, oh my!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

penguins and ostriches, oh my!

A travel blog entry by tkillip

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... day started out by driving through Green Point, Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay. i can't get over how beautiful this part of Cape Town is! our first official stop was in Hout Bay which is incredibly touristy and smelled of fish from the processing plant. ...

City Tour - Castle of Good Hope & Kook Mark, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

City Tour - Castle of Good Hope & Kook Mark

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... 6 – morning The "Half Day City Tour", a tour that I've booked back home from a tour company located right here in Cape Town promised us an exploration of the city’s best highlights and beauty……and all of this within half a ...

New photos of lots of stuff!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

New photos of lots of stuff!

A travel blog entry by simcha

... of the Western Cape, and the most south-western tip of the African continent. It's incredibly beautiful, and is about a 1.5-hour drive south from Cape Town. I went this past Saturday with a woman I work with, Meg (she's here from New York), and a random ...

Mannerisms and Mini's, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Mannerisms and Mini's

A travel blog entry by charliek85

... why on earth there are so many Mini Coopers in Cape Town (you see at least a dozen drive past you every day; turns out that Cape Town has the highest concentration of Mini Cooper's in the world. I want one too!) with the local manager of the Mini garage, ...

Feb 05, 2010, Table Mountain National Park, South Africa travel blog

Feb 05, 2010

A travel blog entry by barbieandken

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