53 Mount Rhodes Drive, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7806, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53 Mount Rhodes Drive, Hout Bay, is near Rhodes Memorial, Para-Taxi Tandem Paragliding, Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding, and Hoerikwaggo Table Mountain Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hout Bay

    Penguins, Yes they really are that cute.

    A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 04, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the eyes and a black facial mask; the body upperparts are black and sharply delineated from the white underparts, which are spotted and marked with a black band. This pink gland above their eyes helps them to cope with changing climates. When the temperature gets hotter, the body of the African Penguin sends more blood to these glands to be cooled ...

    The sun factor

    A travel blog entry by dgandj9 on Jan 13, 2014

    9 photos

    ... but the ocean is really cold for swimming. Not necessarily a bad thing as honestly I am a little scared of sea which has loads of wildlife swimming within it (yes I am a fairy).

    For dinner we went to a sushi restaurant (Wafu) with some of Janine's friends and partners. The view from the pub was amazing, with us looking straight out at Robin Island (where Mandela was prisoner for 27 years).

    Following dinner we went ...

    Penguins, Whales & Bobotie

    A travel blog entry by swaynesworld on Oct 28, 2013

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... southern point in his honor.

    Decades later, the Dutch Trading Company realized the need for their sailers voyaging to India to have a midpoint refreshment center. So the Cape was settled and developed by the Dutch for agriculture, farming and vineries. And off we go to visit a few vineries. There are over a hundred!

    P.S. A funny thing happened at the Cape of Good Hope sign. A long ...

    African style

    A travel blog entry by meganonece on May 09, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the boys brought out a pigeon and we got to see him let it go. We thanked them and headed down the street to our next location. We came to a group of girls who were spinning rope so Corey and I decided to jump in. We didn't stay long but managed to jump rope and meet some people while we were there. A special needs man came and introduced himself to my professor and I by kissing our hands. We greeted him, but had to get on our way. We passed a clinic going to ...

    Adventures with Marina and John

    A travel blog entry by rosietravels on Feb 21, 2013

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... wine tastings and walking amongst the grapevines. Within the greater harbor region of Cape Town, lies Robben Island, which is best known as the prison for political activists during the Apartheid period. Most famous, of course, is Nelson Mandela, who was imprisoned here for nearly 18 years. Today, Robben Island has been maintained as a museum, with visitors arriving by boat from the Cape Town harbor. We visited the island and found this to be a fascinating day trip. The last ...