Hout Bay View
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hout Bay
... They were so oddly elegant yet also so strange looking. The giraffe I know come from storybooks I read to my students. They were almost fictional creatures to me and seeing one up close was like looking at a unicorn.
The magic of Kruger Park is rather difficult to put into words. Our only job for the entire three days was to drive around and *see*. Sometimes we'd drive for hours without a major sighting which forced us to look for smaller creatures. I ...
... it meant is ridiculous haha. Like the words sunnies and wetties. How we say water and beer. It's funny how some people when they hang around other accents kinda pick them up... I've realised that when I'm around other accents I sub consciously become more Aussie with my accent Because it was my first day I didn't take my phone I wasn't sure the deal with photos I'm the school etc. but I promise I'll take it with me ASAP and get some snaps for you all! Lots and lots of love ...
... to do but spend the day at the beach.
We bought some fresh hake for dinner and watched the sun go down from the roof terrace with chilled beverages of one kind or another. An easy and relaxing day.
Packing up and leaving tomorrow - heading up the coast to Langebaan and a couple of days in the West Coast National ...
... a great view of False Bay. After lunch, we headed north along False Bay to Simon's Town. The strong winds created choppy seas, and our planned boat ride to see the great white sharks was uncertain. The boat captain wanted to cancel the trip, but the owner agreed to take the few of us who wanted to go badly enough to risk seasickness. The rest of us went to Boulders Beach, just south of Simon's Town, to ...
... Mountain along with the Twelve Apostle Mountain Range are a unique sight to behold especially being that close to a dense metropolis. It was 250 million years ago when this huge slab of shale, sandstone, and granite rose. I choose our Airbnb rental apartment for the Table Mountain view alone. The clouds roll over the mountain and then they roll out of sight back towards the ocean. It resembles a "tablecloth" ...