Bantry Bay Guesthouse

9 Brompton Avenue, Bantry Bay, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Brompton Avenue, Bantry Bay, is near Robben Island, District Six, Slave Lodge, and City Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Bantry Bay

    The Start of a new experience

    A travel blog entry by nick.gerhardt on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... amazing thing to look at. I couldn't wait to get to my accommodation and head off to my first adventure.









    I couldn't of been any more happier with the accommodation that I've booked for this trip. the facilities that the hotel have to offer are perfect for a school group. from the pool all the way to the water front view from the hotel rooms there is something for everyone. ...

    Drum Drum Drum Drum...and some eye candy

    A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... the Indian ocean pushes its way into the Atlantic). On the way we drove through one of the nature reserves and were a few feet away from wild baboons (safely behind the walls of our motor coach!). According to our guide, he ha never heard of a baboon attacking a human but didn't think it was a good idea to see if that held true today as well. Saw both tame and wild ostrich and one of the many wild deer-like creatures ...

    Day 6 - Business Visits

    A travel blog entry by mikewho19 on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... will turn out 10 years from now.

    Thereafter, we headed for our third meeting of the day in which we visited Tokara Winery. We met a Financial Manager, Cathelina, who spoke with us about the winery in which they call it winery farm. It was exciting listening to her because she was very enthusiastic and passionate about the winery. Walking into the winery, it was very cool to see all the wine tanks that are located in their ...

    Day 20 - my last full day in South Africa.

    A travel blog entry by adamsmally on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... and a half hours I think. And this was not hiking by British standards. This was serious climbing too. Up steep rocks and cliffs. It was all very exciting. I felt like I was in Lord of the rings pretty much the whole time, my childhood dream of being Viggo Mortensen flooding back to me. On the way up I got to see where I would later be abseiling too. At the top there was a wonderful sense of smugness in knowing I was somewhat morally superior to those who got ...

    South Africa - Cape Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 03, 2014

    31 photos

    ... coloring is a vital form of their camouflage (white for underwater predators looking upwards and black for predators looking down onto the water).

    • December – moulting, January – mating, February to August – nesting.
    • Penguins have very sharp beaks and can cause serious injury if they bite or lunge.
    We walked around the beaches that used to be public beaches but later they closed them to public because people ...