80 Kendal Guest House

80 Kendal Street, Eversdal, Bellville, Western Cape, 7530, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 80 Kendal Street, Eversdal, Bellville, is near Backsberg.
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Travel Blogs from Bellville

Final Day in Cape Town

A travel blog entry by lwoolfe on Jul 08, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

I set about trying to get the things
completed on my Cape Town to-do list on my final day there. Number 1 was to get
to the top of Table Mountain, following on from our failed attempt a couple of
days prior.. Due to time limitations, and laziness we took the cable cars up
and down which afforded us a good hour to explore the top, and spectacular
views were plenty.

After ...

Groupon, Metrorail & Tokara Business Visits

A travel blog entry by abasten on Jun 06, 2014

6 photos

... Besides the wait staff of two, we were the only ones there. They sat us at a table in the large room to the right-side of the front door. I imagine this was a formal parlor at one point. There was an over-sized armoire on the far wall carved from African hardwoods. It could have been the wine (or the brandy!), but everyone seemed to be in a fantastic mood and the night felt almost magical. ...

Day 19 - An eclectic day.

A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Apr 23, 2014

6 photos

... cool though. Then I boarded a boat to Robben Island. It was late leaving and the sea was rough. The island is great though. I'm really sad that the tour was slightly rushed as we were the last load of the day. The best part is that the guides are ex prisoners, so can tell you exactly what it was like. We went to all the communal cells and the solo cells including Nelson Mandela's. The place has an air that you just know ...

South Africa - Cape Town

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 29, 2013

111 photos

... he spent these 3 years in another prison) but he was never free again. After he was released from Robben Island he remained under house arrest till the end of his life in 1978.

Robert Sobukwe was a South African political dissident who founded the Pan Africanist Congress in opposition to South Africa under apartheid. On the 21st March of 1960, the PAC led a nationwide protest against the hated Pass Law which required black people to carry a pass book at ...

Days 95 - 99: South Africa - The road to Cape Town

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Aug 13, 2013

129 photos

... education and how it will provide them with a future. Schooling and food while at school is free for South African kids, however there is a 29% drop out rate and something like another 30% will have aids or teenage pregnancy by the time they are 16 - so why is this the case, why is it that 98% of people with HIV have been educated about it and free comdoms are everywhere, why? There is also free accommodation for those at their poorest in S.A, even though its in a shoe box. ...