Seacliffe Lodge

Address: 2 Seacliffe Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7806, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 2 Seacliffe Road, Hout Bay.
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      Sunday Monday feels

      A travel blog entry by breezymag on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... carriage (after looking like complete criminals running through the carriages) and realised there was another ticket inspector on the last carriage so we just hopped off a station early and walked to Kalk bay haha. So Kalk bay has shops and cute cafés and stuff. I really wanted to buy some clothes because I packed completely wrong for this trip. When I was packing I imagined I was volunteering for 5 days then doing touristy stuff for the weekend. But my childcare ...

      Going out with a bang - Paragliding over Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by katyflo on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... think it seemed rather high up and maybe there's no eason to actually go as far as launching ourselves off....! Wayne's daughter was more than encouraging and so enthusiatic though so we were soon up for it again and we got kitted up and ready to go with Denise, Brennan, Pam, and Malcolm ready and waiting at where we were landing.

      The advice we were given was commit to the run off the edge and run as hard as you can to be able to pull the parachute ...

      The first day

      A travel blog entry by kathaines2 on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... plus eight dogs and Stefanie the supervisor. As you can imagine it is
      really crowded. There is not a single minute you can be on your own. There are always
      people surrounding you. It is quite exhausting but also nice to meet so many
      new people from different countries (but actually just Germans!). So, my first
      day, what did I do? We walked to the seaside and meet a real ...

      Addo and Karoo National Parks.

      A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... us annoying little former student anti-apartheid campaigners are now enjoying it! This morning we saw ostriches and springbok on the plain from our veranda, and there were a few zebra there when we came home this afternoon. Breakfast in the restaurant is included in our trivial room fees, so I had a slap-up full English in the restaurant. We hit the self-drive trail at 9.30am. It's 27 miles of quite good gravel road heading up a tortuous mountain pass onto a high plateau. The ...

      The many ways we try to kill ourselves in SA

      A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jul 01, 2013

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      ... go again for a discounted price. We ended up paying them R400 personally for the both of us to go again, instead of the R650 apiece we had paid before. Just don't tell the company we went again! While we waited for the group in front of us to go we enjoyed some ostrich stew, hot chocolate, and a cookie at the overpriced table top mountain lodge and I tried to warm up a little. Even with my three layers getting up that high with that wind was freezing!

      Now for round 2. I ...