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

    Two Oceans, Two Hundred Sundowners

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Apr 22, 2014

    19 photos

    ... and hundreds of them, what an amazing sight. Our on site dolphin trainer Sian as you could imagine was pretty excited by this spectacle and we all sat in awe at thinking how lucky we were to see it and we'd probably never see it again. One of the greatest sights in Cape Town of course is Table Mountain. Pito, Trine and I enjoyed the cable car ride up to the top on a perfectly clear Easter Sunday, and gee, isn't the view amazing. Words can't describe it but it really ...

    Seeing the real Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by tlainy on Mar 04, 2014

    1 comment

    ... strong it means Johannesburg will get even heavier rains. Biltong is their form of beef jerky but without all the salt and preservatives. Table Mountain gets a "table cloth", which is a hanging cloud at the top of the mountain. I'll be hiking up it tomorrow @ 645am.

    Speaking of which, it's bedtime for me! Day 3, here it comes! Cheers :-)

    Ps pictures to come tomorrow. Internet is really slow and I can't seem to upload any pictures...hm...tomorrow, promise!

    South Africa - Cape Town

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

    111 photos

    ... years of imprisonment on the island, completely separated from the other prisoners. In fact there were more prisoners with him but none of them was allowed to talk to him. Besides that, prisoners were changed in this block every three months so that he didnīt have enough time to make friends with some of them. He was kept in solitary confinement for 6 years which had a significant impact on his mental health. He even forgot to speak. Originally he was sentenced to 3 years ...

    No habla Afrikaans

    A travel blog entry by jenniferhousema on May 14, 2013

    1 comment

    ... thank you and disappears. Hmm once again. Thinking we were going to do some hands on stuff and didn't get to. Oh well.
    Next we went back to the Manenberg Primary school because they were having community day. There was a jump castle, candy floss (cotton candy US), a DJ, soccer games, popcorn, and magic. Oh, and did I mention that there was a 7 year old girl dancing on stage like a 25 year old stripper? If she was 16 maybe I would have been impressed. Don't get me ...

    Pistorious, Muslim Identity, and Bo-Kaap

    A travel blog entry by larafunk on Apr 22, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... other narratives of colored identity during Apartheid rule, but Erasmus argues that colored identity was constructed under a dominating white rule which “left little room for cultural autonomy and control over self-expression” (Erasmus, 2001). Therefore, the collective narrative of struggle and assimilation ranks paramount in understandings of colored identity by both coloreds and the ‘other’ during Apartheid. ...