Aardvark Backpackers Hostel

319 Main Road, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa | Hostel
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Cape Town

A travel blog entry by monkey_moore

You may not be aware but I've left the country again! This time i'm in Africa so may not be able to keep this very updated but will try wherever possible to at least write a few words! I decided to join a couple of girls I met in South America on a tour from Cape Town to Kenya. I started in Cape Town with a tour of the townships. Townships were …

Addo Elephant Park

A travel blog entry by rachellocke


AFter leaving you last time I managed to find a hairdresser and get my hair cut.....very exciting for me as it was reaching ridiculous levels of breakingness and general rat-tail appearance.  The hairdresser seemed to agree as well! ANyway that was lovely especially as I had my hair blow-dried for the first time in 3 months.  I'm such a girl I know …

The Trip Ends in Cape Town

A travel blog entry by vannhansen


Hello!! On our last truck drive day into Cape Town, we had rain. It was only the third or fourth day that we had rain on our entire trip. It was a weird feeling driving into Cape Town knowing this was the last time we'd all be on the truck together and that within a few days, we'd be leaving all the friends we had met along the way. We arrived to …

Hiking SA style

A travel blog entry by lcridd


The last two weeks of my extended holiday, I spent with Mary exploring a little bit more of Mpumalanga - the northeastern region of South Africa. We spent a lot of time in a town called Graskop (the G has that throaty noise because it is in Afrikaans). This town reminded me a lot of the towns in the western on the Route 66. There was one or two …

The Cape of Good Hope

A travel blog entry by daveanddale

... large neoclassical public buildings. We then continued walking back towards the Victoria and Albert Waterfront and visited some of the souvenir shops and then met the group for sunset drinks on the roof of a nearby luxury hotel. Sadly the day clouded over so no sunset but the views over the foreshore made it worthwhile. We then headed down to the waterfront for our last meal with the group who were leaving the tour ...


This hostel, located in the Sea Point area of Cape Town, is near Robben Island, Slave Lodge, City Hall, and Irma Stern Museum.
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