Shambala Guest Lodge

7 Little Lions Head Rd, Hout Bay, Western Cape, South Africa | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 7 Little Lions Head Rd, Hout Bay, is near Hoerikwaggo Table Mountain Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hout Bay

    Driving on the Left Side of Road

    A travel blog entry by origabe on Apr 06, 2014

    16 photos

    ... when entering towns and crossing other roads, there was little difficulty in finding our way around. There was an exception to this at the beginning of the trip and it was easily solved. We entered a town and the road sign to our route had shrubs growing in front of it. Gita and Julie were working on their travel blogs and diaries. I kept straight and was soon 50 Km in the opposite direction. One 100 KM mistake was enough. At each potential crossing with the potential to ...

    Caution: Baboons are dangerous, Penguins are not.

    A travel blog entry by dgandj9 on Jan 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... you being hit by falling rocks or falling to the sea. To put it into perspective the road sign suggested "use at your own risk" and this was after paying 140 rand (about 8 pounds) for the privilege.

    For me the drive reminded me a lot of home, in fact Cape Town's vibe is like a mash of NZ, Aus, and Greece. So far I am loving it here.

    From here we drove through Simon's Town (a small naval town) and then onto to the ...

    Robben Island and The Waterfront

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Dec 01, 2013

    5 photos

    ... I purchased a necklace for myself that will always remind me of our trip (and it is a tree for Tree).
    The shuttle took us back to the hotel and we relaxed for a while and sipped some of the wine that they provided for us. We looked up all of the great restaurants in the area and discovered that they were all closed on Sunday, so we returned to Bombay Brassiere for dinner.
    Our meal was really good, but we could hear that something was going on outside. ...

    Week Six

    A travel blog entry by andrewschleeter on May 13, 2013

    26 photos

    ... the government has implemented policies that are meant to support the people living in the townships; however, the policies have proven to promote a perpetual cycle of crime, violence and HIV/AIDS. The Western Cape government give families a R400 ($40 U.S. dollars) stipend per month when they have a newborn child on the sole condition that they are unemployed. In the past ten years, families have been having more and more children as a way of making a living, rather than working. ...

    First Day in Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by theoreilly on Apr 02, 2013

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... the main slave market in Cape Town, and the old slave retention compound building is just across the street. The visions created by these infamous landmarks were disturbing to say the least, and led to discussion of the racial situation then and now. Largely unknown in the more general context of apartheid is that there were degrees of racial prejudice in South Africa in those days. Whites, were, of course, whites, but the Japanese were also regarded ...

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