Lighthouse Farm Backpacker'S Lodge

A1, Oude Molen Eco Village, Cape Town, Western Cape, 7700, South Africa | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Observatory area of Cape Town, is near Lion's Head, District Six Museum, Bo-kaap, and Castle of Good Hope.
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Travel Blogs from Cape Town

Table Mountain, Penguins & the Plague

A travel blog entry by xsamir22 on Jun 07, 2014

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It was a beautiful day (slightly chilly morning), but a bright clear day without any sort of clouds hanging over the Table Mountain. Actually, Claire was worried that since its such a good day, "everyone and their mother will be there". The line wasn't too bad compared with some of the wait times we have to endure here at the amusement parks. Little did we know that the gondola that transports us to the top of the mountain ...

South Africa

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Mar 31, 2014

203 photos

... wall we stopped for a picnic lunch and finished up just before the rain came. When we returned Brock and I cooked a dinner for the four of us. We made the Nepal style chow mein I had grown fond of during our trek. It turned out good.

The next day was rainy on and off. I started my day by waking up to the sound of singing. It was Sunday and the village Christian Church was having service. I went in for a bit to listen, observe, and pray, but I ...

Return to the city in the world!!

A travel blog entry by sambam1706 on Dec 19, 2013

6 photos

... t resist a swim despite the freezing sea temperature but quickly learnt that as long as you keep moving its bearable and your body doesn't go numb haha. That evening we all went to the Hout Bay market for drinks and dinner which had a really good vibe. I had a steak sarnie which was served pretty rare and to my shock I actually enjoyed it :o looks like I may start ordering my steak medium in the future all the chefs out there will be pleased to know ha! After the market we ...

Borneo, trekking through jungles and mountains

A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Oct 08, 2013

2 comments, 30 photos

... of boat trips down the river and treks through the jungle at different times of day and night and were very lucky to spot most of the animals we were hoping for. From the boat, we saw a big male Orangutan from quite close and he posed for pictures for us for a long time chilling out in tree, the flying gibbons, "flying" from tree top to tree top were close enough to take some nice photos, there were a few crocs in the river, 100s of monkeys and ...

Life is back to normal????

A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink on Jul 11, 2013

3 comments, 61 photos

... questions as to how I decided where we were going to and where we were going to stay. Before I left SA I browsed the Internet for any programs that might make our trip easier.
I used the following sites (all for free)
Triposo- which told me about the countries as well as each town in that country with sightseeing info as well as a map with a build in GPS where you didn't need the Internet/ wifi to use it. This is a must have on travels. ...