Knorhoek

Address: PO Box 2, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, 7605, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on PO Box 2, Stellenbosch, is near Delaire, Stellenbosch University, Vredenheim, and Morgenhof.
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    Travel Blogs from Stellenbosch

    Non-existent Sunday markets

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... only $4 each. When we finished our wine we thought maybe the boys were wondering where we had got to (yeah right!) so we slowly walked back to the hostel. For dinner we found the bestest restaurant! It was a Lebanese restaurant, conveniently placed right opposite our wine bar. A larger man stood behind the counter and frantically cooked all of the meals. All four of us ordered an alcoholic beverage, and a ...

    "I came here to change CT, but CT changed me"

    A travel blog entry by charlottesmith on May 16, 2014

    ... slow to learn, but a lot of the time, they do not answer because they cannot see, hear or understand, but are too scared to say so. They then get punished for not giving the answer, but again do not dare speak up. My question is, how can efficient learning ever take place when the children are too scared to ask questions? Furthermore, most of the teaching is done through chanting rhymes and singing songs. However, this is ...

    Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by sarah85 on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... insight into their history. What was most incredible was the attitude of all the men leading the tours- they were all so forgiving of what had been done to them and saw the place as a reminder of how things can change and people of all races can live and work together, rather than being angry and bitter about the atrocities they endured and the years of their lives that were taken from them. After returning from Robben Island I headed up ...

    No habla Afrikaans

    A travel blog entry by jenniferhousema on May 14, 2013

    1 comment

    ... found that this chemist had a clinic in the back of the shop. I was reading about it and asked the Pharmacist on staff what it was all about. At this point the whole group was super upset already because we hadn't had any clinical experience like we all were told. So I went out on a limb and asked him if we could volunteer with the Sister (charge RN US) and just see how she works. Well he said Yes so Corey, Tim and I went to the chemist for the first time on Tuesday night ...

    Pistorious, Muslim Identity, and Bo-Kaap

    A travel blog entry by larafunk on Apr 22, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... human, but were merely trapped in an intermediate phase between apartheid-imposed binary opposition such as non-human (as represented by the black African group) and fully human (as represented by the White group)” (Petrus, 2012).

    This shaky place within the black-white binary led many coloreds to develop a certain narrative of colored identity. For example, Erasmus argues that under Apartheid rule, there was ...