The Hout Bay Hideaway

37 Skaife Street, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7806, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 37 Skaife Street, Hout Bay, is near Rhodes Memorial, Para-Taxi Tandem Paragliding, Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding, and Spirit of Victoria.
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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

    ... Gratuities for this service are at your own discretion. All of these petrol stations that we stopped in had extremely clean restrooms.

    Petrol prices are fixed and controlled by the government. Gas was about $5.50 per gallon. When traveling through some of the more sparsely populated areas petrol-station are scarce and were often 60 miles apart. Always fill up when the tank is half full.

    The general speed limit on national highways, urban freeways ...

    Caution: Baboons are dangerous, Penguins are not.

    A travel blog entry by dgandj9 on Jan 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... it feel to have seen the southern tip of Africa twice. It would appear that the Cape of Good Hope is actually the southern most tip. Thanks tour guide!

    The drive back out of the park saw 2 proper sightings of Baboons. The first they were running next to the car (they run like dogs) and the second a larger group crossing the road in front of us (see video). Needless to say Baboons are dangerous but not to us on this day.

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    The Bottom of the Continent

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Nov 30, 2013

    6 photos

    ... They arrived two more times and colonized South Africa.
    We drove past or through several places along the Atlantic Ocean:
    Muizenberg Beach which has a lot of shark attacks, but ironically is also a good spot to learn how to surf.
    Kalk Bay which means lime and was named so because the English burnt shells here and the ashes became lime which was used for construction. Now an area with antique and collectible shops. ...

    Week Six

    A travel blog entry by andrewschleeter on May 13, 2013

    26 photos

    ... gesture so meaningful to them, yet seemed so obvious to us. At the price of seven U.S. dollars, we were able to buy dinner for 3-4 families that ended up staying the night. The group of shacks that were burnt down were most likely not fit to survive the winter, so this is extremely common in order to force the government to assist them in purchasing the material needed to rebuild their homes, in much better shape than they previously were, free of charge to them. Fires like this ...

    First Day in Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by theoreilly on Apr 02, 2013

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... a thorough briefing on the nine stages of diamond cutting and polishing. One of the photographs shows the progressions in the nine stages. The large dark blue gem on Catherine's finger is Tanzanite, priced at $US20,000., with a contrasting $US800. model, and the multi-diamond ring in the next photograph was priced at a paltry $US12,000. We do believe there was a little room for negotiation on the two larger pieces.

    The district of the Pepper ...