Aardvark Backpackers Hostel

319 Main Road, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Sea Point area of Cape Town, is near Robben Island, District Six, Slave Lodge, and City Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Cape Town

Day 6: Cable cars

A travel blog entry by cyann.samson on Aug 08, 2014

... of colours and the lights from the city reminded me of fairy lights glistening lightly in the distance, after a short walk back to the cable car and a quick trip down, I caught a taxi back to my hotel and went to bed for the night.

I highly recommend this experience and it gives travellers a break from strenuous activities and a chance to see the amazing view and the beauty of Cape Town and Table Mountain.

Mountains, Beaches, Cliffs, Penguins & Vineyards

A travel blog entry by simonv on Jun 30, 2013

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... we just drank wine, looked across the vineyard, listened to birds and had great conversation. At this point we decided to was time to come home. This day was exactly what we needed after the busy Saturday. I could do this every weekend. as I am writing this I am still amazed that this was so far from home. This is an experience that I will always remember.

V&A Waterfront
So, you would ...

It only takes two muscles to Smilies

A travel blog entry by rescignt on May 01, 2013

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... that his family owned. The short man telling us to get inside quickly was Mike our tour guide, and was only pushing us because we were now late. We had a brief summary of the day which seemed to fly over my head as it was a touch of history, and the distraction of a good breakfast pastry filled with chicken and cheese.

We began by simply walking back out into the neighborhood, Mike and Sabu showing no signs of fear for our ...

Cape Town, we have arrived!

A travel blog entry by adiorio on Jan 06, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... all of this changed only in 1994. We then stopped by the “Waterfront” which is a shopping area on the docks, and! It kind of reminded me of the Inner Harbor in Baltimore but a lot more pretty hahaIt’s also right next to the Capetown Stadium, where they had the 2010 World Cup – we’re hoping to get to a soccer game!

So far, everything has been great – the people here are so nice, it’s even known as “the friendly city,” and ...


A travel blog entry by ryan.keawekane on Jul 17, 2012

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... and back, and the weather is so beautiful, it seems a waste not to pursue it. However, René says that yesterday’s rain might have made the trails, which can be steep at times, slippery. We decide on taking one of the short hikes on top of the mountain, which--as you can imagine--is flat. Hence, its name.

Camps Bay, where we are saying, is literally alongside Table Mountain and close to Lion’s Head, another famous-in-Cape-Town rock formation. Lion’s Head ...