Travel Blogs from Cape Town, South Africa

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First Stop - Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

First Stop - Cape Town

A travel blog entry by robandvron

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... ; religious leaders, lepers, the mentally ill, prisoners of war and more recently the political opponents of the apartheid regime in South Africa. Its most famous inmate, of course, was Nelson Mandela who spent 18 years( of his 27 years' of ...

Sunrise at the tip of Africa, Cape Point, South Africa travel blog

Sunrise at the tip of Africa

A travel blog entry by whiteant

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After Saturday's organisational boo, Sunday had to be a marathon if we were going to see most of what Cape Town had to offer. So it was up at sparrow's in an attempt to get to Cape Point by opening time/sunrise. We almost made it - its a very long way ...

Trans Africa Expedition Members Legs 2 and 3, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Trans Africa Expedition Members Legs 2 and 3

A travel blog entry by andrewsinclair

... 51) and Gwynne (53) USA Jessica (25) USA - Left in Cairo at the end of her trip Lene (30) Norway Elyse (23) Canada Kira (22) South Africa - Left in Dahab at the end of her trip Sam (24) South Africa - Left in Dahab at the end of her trip Heather ...

back on the sea side, Simon's Town, South Africa travel blog

back on the sea side

A travel blog entry by gonroamin

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wow what a view , we are sitting here looking over the sea across to cape town, the weather is quite stormy so there are big waves. The B&B we are staying in is great, very new and modern. We had a drive round to Boulder beach to see the penguins, and ...

Generations, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Generations

A travel blog entry by zoe.siegel

... HIV positive and as a result, none of the childrens shelters wanted to take them. Mama ended up driving the children all around Cape Town trying to find a place.  Today, she told us, the mother will be tracked down and arrested and the magestrate ...

6,000KM North of the South Pole (with Sharks), Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

6,000KM North of the South Pole (with Sharks)

A travel blog entry by virginieandpaul

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We arrived in Cape Town, South Africa after a 28 hour journey that took us up to the Middle East. Qatar Airlines has to be the best airline I've ever flown, and it was relatively inexpensive. The plane was brand new (though an Airbus - those lousy...), ...

May 13, Manenberg, South Africa travel blog

May 13

A travel blog entry by kollc

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Today was the all about one of the elementary schools in Manenberg called Manenberg Primary School.  Last year, there was a group of students who came to work specifically in Manenberg Primary School for six weeks.  They made some pretty strong ...

I love my life....., Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

I love my life.....

A travel blog entry by michellem143

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website: http://www.starwoodhotels.com/preferredguest/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1445 so we checked in close to midnight on the 19th and after speaking to the night manager he upgraded our room so that we are staying on an executive ...

South Africa and the end of the tour, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

South Africa and the end of the tour

A travel blog entry by claireoff2005

We crossed the border from Namibia into South Africa - well we did eventually. We all had to get out the truck and take our big backpacks with us to a room and have them searched. Apparently this never happens and they haven't been stopped in 6 years. The ...

sunburned, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

sunburned

A travel blog entry by claudiv

... personal experiences with the people was great.  I am happy to report that we did not have any serious accidents in South Africa which is a relief and surprising because the past few voyages everyone hasn't gotten back on the ship the same way they ...

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