Travel Blogs from Cape Town, South Africa

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Drive back to Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Drive back to Cape Town

A travel blog entry by lori_aaron_trip

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Today we drove from Outshorn back to Cape Town. It was a beautiful drive. I was hopeing we'd see more of the Winelands but the road didn't go through much of it. We were in a hurry to get back to Cape Town, so we didn't take any of the detours down to ...

Cape Wine Tour-Cape Town......part 1, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cape Wine Tour-Cape Town......part 1

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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...   I knew that the "Cape Wine Tour–Cape Town" wasn't on Michel’s favorite list of tours to do here in Cape Town!   That instead, he much preferred going on the “Great White Shark Cage Diving Tour” to feel the thrills ...

Lekker, lekker... adventures in the Mother City, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Lekker, lekker... adventures in the Mother City

A travel blog entry by jcza

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... to come back to Michael & Jenny's on Monday (we don't have satellite TV at home) to catch the rerun in the afternoon. Cape Town currently has a serious power shortage and, just our luck, with 10 minutes left in the game the power cut out. Poor ...

Soy Celeste, Celeste Soy yo!!!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Soy Celeste, Celeste Soy yo!!!

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

   Thus far my time in south Africa for world cup has come almost to a story book finish my team  that i traveled with there soccer jersey for 5 months with just to wear it here in south Africa 100-1 odds to win the tourney are Playing ...

CAPE TOWN, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

CAPE TOWN

A travel blog entry by ellieburrows

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We arrived in Cape Town in the afternoon, after a teary goodbye to the children at the BNC, Lucy very kindly came to collect us from the airport and we began our next African adventure! To cool ourselves down we had a dip in Neil and Mary's pool where we ...

Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cape Town

A travel blog entry by karenkost

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... of Namibia.  These are very exciting, progressive times for Namibia.  A couple of days prior, I had emailed our hotel in Cape Town and asked for assistance on the best way to get to the hotel.  They emailed back and said there would be ...

Out of Africa, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Out of Africa

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes

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... many people, the noise and the vulgarity, and all of that amplified by the world cup phenomenon. It seems that I wasn't in my place in South Africa, and it would probably be the same in the rest of the continent. So no regret, I went there and still saw a ...

Valley of Wines Day Tour, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Valley of Wines Day Tour

A travel blog entry by capetown

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... wines winning both local and international awards. Buitenverwachting Situated in the heart of the historical Constantia Valley in Cape Town, South Africa. The farm boasts an exceptional range of wines as well as one of the top restaurants in ...

Robben Island & Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Robben Island & Table Mountain

A travel blog entry by michellem143

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Hi all, We have been so lucky with the weather. Many people come to Cape Town hoping to visit Robben Island and hiking up Table Mountain but due to the winds are unable to do so. Robben Island: http://www.robben-island.org.za/ Table Mountain: ...

JAMES!!! get your feet off the table., Cape town, South Africa travel blog

JAMES!!! get your feet off the table.

A travel blog entry by jamescavanagh

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me again. had a killer party last night. got to bed 5am. went up table mountain 2day and absailed down it. AMAZING views. bit of a shock wen i got down half way, bounced and found no rock. i had to sail down the last 60M free from any surface. i fink ...

Institutionalised, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Institutionalised

A travel blog entry by matthewprc9

Cape Town is the kind of place you get stuck in. It's easy too easy in a way. So you make the great leap into Africa. The unknown. All the myths still linger. the heart of darkness, the savage. Everywhere you read about crime and how safe you are or are ...

Sunset over Sea Point Promenade!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Sunset over Sea Point Promenade!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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Day 7 – evening Since last evening was way too cloudy for me to see any signs of a proper sunset at Sea Point Promenade, I was more than willing to walk back there this early evening and see what the skies had to offer me.   After all, ...

May 4 - Cape Point!!!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

May 4 - Cape Point!!!

A travel blog entry by kollc

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... around for a while with the penguins, we moved on to Cape Point.  This was unbelievable. I am absolutely convinced that South Africa, Cape Point to be specific, is the most beautiful place on this planet that God has created.  The pure blue ...

Robben Island, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Robben Island

A travel blog entry by wrlondon

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The Lazy Girl's Guide to Weight Loss, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

The Lazy Girl's Guide to Weight Loss

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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... all the phone calls to my hospital bed and hotel room. Mom went into She-wolf mode and came within 45 minutes of hopping a flight to Cape Town to be with me. In short, I felt very loved. You guys will never know how important that was to me. I'm ...

Babboons beeeeotches, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Babboons beeeeotches

A travel blog entry by biogrrl

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... the Dutch originally settled and is known for its colorful architecture.  We then headed to a township called Langa outside of Cape Town.  We visited a community arts center Guga Sthebe.  They work with kids and adults in the community to ...

Driving the Garden Route, Simon's Town, South Africa travel blog

Driving the Garden Route

A travel blog entry by annaelise

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Hello to everyone back in the states and beyond! Things are going great here in South Africa. I have been enjoying my new friends Wendy and Roxy from Joberg. We have been out to a few dinners and to a comedy show and a little shopping on the ...

We made it!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

We made it!

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher

... come to an end. Basically everything that had become important to you over the last 4 months was now, just a memory. You arrive in Cape Town, congratulations are given and received, you drink a bit of beer and celebrate, and then you go to bed. When you ...

A walk in Green Point Park!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

A walk in Green Point Park!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... say about it is once I passed the park's entrance gates…..the views were fabulous!   Lovely vistas of the Cape Town Stadium, Signal Hill and numerous biodiversity gardens made it a photographic paradise as Michel and I strolled down the ...

Cinco de Mayo, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cinco de Mayo

A travel blog entry by kollc

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... clear, warm, gorgeous day, so the scenery was again beautiful. Pictures really can't capture it all.  We could see all of Cape Town including District 6, the Castle of Good Hope, and the world cup stadium.  After hiking to the top, we rode down ...

siste stopp i sør afrika, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

siste stopp i sør afrika

A travel blog entry by chriscaro

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... arkitektur som likner en blanding av engelsk/australsk/amerikansk og afrikansk stil med typisk skyline i horisonten. Ellers så er Cape Town omgitt med fantastiske fjellformasjoner som man nok kan gå mange fine turer i, verdenskjente vindistrikt innen ...

Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cape Town

A travel blog entry by rachellocke

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After an hours drive from Stellenbosch, we arrived iN Cape Town...first view was of course of Table Mountian, which sits grandly in the centre of the city, with all the built up areas around it (and half way up it too!!)  WE arrived at about 10.30, ...

BVAWT008 - FACT, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

BVAWT008 - FACT

A travel blog entry by bva

FACT - Cape Town International ...

It's Time for AFRICA!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

It's Time for AFRICA!

A travel blog entry by meredithvoss

Well...better late than never i guess...We are finally in Cape Town! We were supposed to be out exploring the city yesterday, but the winds and water were too rough so we could not get into port!  We spent the day playing card games and catch phrase, ...

Landing on another planet ..., Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Landing on another planet ...

A travel blog entry by leinsterman

... neatly atop of it ... it is quite a sight as it towers above the city commanding all to take note of its presence ... giving Cape Town its own natural monument to the force of nature as it makes a contrast the surrouding city. We pass by the townships ...

An afternoon walk around Company Gardens!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

An afternoon walk around Company Gardens!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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Day 8 – afternoon   Day 1 – Northern Experience Tour               Weather:  30 Celsius - hot and sunny At exactly 1:00pm, we made our grand entrance at the ...

Camps Bay, with no designer sunglasses? DIOS MIO!!, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Camps Bay, with no designer sunglasses? DIOS MIO!!

A travel blog entry by laurenhs

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... Guesthouse, The 12 Apostles. The owner of the Bay Atlantic, Bernie took us to see firing of The Noon Gun. This is a Cape Town tradition which has been observed since 1919. A cannon is fired at noon every day and the Capetonians observe 2 minutes of ...

Africa, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Africa

A travel blog entry by tristan_g

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Cape Argus cycling race, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cape Argus cycling race

A travel blog entry by simcha

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... and life is grand. Today was also the famous Cape Argus race, a 105 kilometre (about 65 miles) cycling tour around the Cape Peninsula here in South Africa. The finish line was only a block or so away from my flat. I could hear cheering from my bedroom, ...

Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town, South Africa travel blog

Cape of Good Hope

A travel blog entry by suemacd

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... and the Cape of Good Hope which has been something E has wanted to see ever since he remembers learning about this part of Africa in his history lessons....which you can appreciate was quite some time ago now !!!!!! This is where many folk believe that ...

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