Tarragona Lodge

Address: Cnr Disa River Road & Valley Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7872, South Africa | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cnr Disa River Road & Valley Road, Hout Bay, is near Table Mountain, Rhodes Memorial, Para-Taxi Tandem Paragliding, and Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding.
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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

      17th-22nd April Well hello to the glorious city and landscape of Cape Town, I've been eagerly awaiting to meet you! For the boys though Cape Town was another scheming destination involving another shifty sporting event, an accumulation of excitable ideas brewed over one too many coffees at Piccolo. The Triceratop boys felt it would be a great idea to do the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon, 56km of hilly terrain, 13 days after their Ironman. A great idea yes, for this run is known to be ...

      Seeing the real Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by tlainy on Mar 04, 2014

      1 comment

      ... that was first originated by slaves employed by the Dutch, who built the city. Did you know that apparently the Chinese discovered South Africa or Cape Town first before the Portuguese? But there's no documentation on the former discovery so the credits went to Dias. There is a large gay district there with a ton of home decorative stores (lol), so if you want to buy some fancy couch cushions or wallpaper you must go there. We also saw a bright blue Mosque. After ...

      Penguins, Whales & Bobotie

      A travel blog entry by swaynesworld on Oct 28, 2013

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... are over 3 million civil service workers, more than the significantly more populated US. The majority of public service workers and private sector restaurant and service workers are apathetic, slow, inconsiderate and unfriendly. Pedestrians walk in front of moving cars and drivers drive through red lights. Traffic lights here are called "robots."

      Back to the geographic pros, and there are ...

      I left some tears in Africa today...

      A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu on May 14, 2013

      8 photos

      ... you ask me. So she immediately went into a prayer session with Colleen and us. I found myself with my head in my prayer hands bawling, right alongside Colleen.
      She had never told the story of her mother to anyone. So for more than three years she's kept that bottled up inside and today and our being there made her want to share. What a personal and touching thing to share with strangers, but she felt comfortable. We made her feel comfortable. Wow. I gave her the biggest ...

      Cape Town Part One

      A travel blog entry by brad1111 on Apr 07, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... the enormity of that task was evident with a quick glance and more pics of what is a gorgeous area will follow in coming days. I was also greeted, which is normal practise for our clients, with a gift pack on arrival which included, amongst other things, a full detailed itinerary of my time here, a wonderful little info/coffee tale book on South Africa, some postcards (saves one looking for them doesn't it), and some local treats ...