Cape Khamai Guest House

Address: 45 Bulties Way, Somerset West, Western Cape, 7130 , South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 45 Bulties Way, Somerset West, is near Vergelegen Estate, Erinvale Golf Club, and Cedarberg Wilderness Area.
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Travel Blogs from Somerset West

A ride on Thomas Aka 'The Blue Train '

A travel blog entry by diana2k28 on Jun 04, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... the other table called Toby and Petros , definitely a suspect couple !! But very nice and Mother made them very aware that Richard 3rd should be buried at York and not in Leicester as has been decided! She produced a compelling argument and involved the Americans on the next table who are all looking forward to the next history lesson at dinner!! We have passed through some typically African desert scenery and are now in the vast expanse of The Karoo Semi desert which is ...

Baboons: You feed'em, you force us to shoot them

A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 05, 2014

38 photos

We found six troops of Baboons. More precisely Chacma Baboons are found in South Africa. They were at:

  • De Hoop Nature Reserve (Seaside)
  • Hluhluwe Imfozoli Game reserve (African Bush)
  • Franschhoek Pass (Mountains)
  • Mountain Pass going from the Garden route to the Karoo (Mountains)
  • Crossing on the railing over a major ...

Penguins, Whales & Bobotie

A travel blog entry by swaynesworld on Oct 28, 2013

2 comments, 31 photos

... Cape of Storms." Soon after crossing the Cape he lost hope, succumbing to the pressures of his shipmates and turned around. King John II renamed it "the Cape of Good Hope" because he viewed it as the opening of the eastern sea routes. In my opinioin, it is ironic that Dias later lost his life sailing around the Cape and would never agree with the "Good Hope" name. At least there is a beautiful white cross ...

A diagnostic day

A travel blog entry by a.omara on May 09, 2013

Today was a diagnostic day, I saw a lot of things that I have witnessed back in the hospitals at home and felt I was able to ask the right questions and get an idea of the illness even though many of the patients didn't have a diagnosis from their doctor to compare it was still great experience and Tim and I felt as though we were actually a part of the profession.

We started off the day with a man that we missed on Monday. He had complaints of a ...

Dancing, crocodile and some juggling!

A travel blog entry by sbgibbons on Feb 27, 2013

1 comment

... off to Camps bay for the sunset. Gorgeous white sandy beach, a pretty wealthy area and was the first time I felt like a scruffy traveler! Me and Tammy tried to perfect our juggling skills with not much luck! We had made juggling balls with the boys at a detention centre earlier in the week. They absolutely loved it, I was expecting them to just chuck them at each other and not want to learn to juggle at all but it worked really well. I’ve never seen them concentrate that ...