De Waterkant Village

1 Loader Street, De Waterkant, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8002, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cape Town

Prison Visit - Robben Island

A travel blog entry by katyflo


... his good sight here. You could see the damage that the sun bouncing off of the limestone walls would cause. When he came out of prison it had got so bad that he couldn't have flash photography on him.
We saw a cave in the wall of the quarry which had been named the 'University of Robben Island'. One thing I didn't know was that with all of the political leaders around they used it to their advantage to educate each other and to teach those who couldn't ...

Cape Town

A travel blog entry by steve874


... the shuttle bus. Once in town we went back to the supermarket to find the bloody wine section closed and the shop doesn't open tomorrow :-( Had a walk outside, the place is buzzing, loads of people out and eating, found a bar and had a beer, a band was just setting up but wasn't going to start until later. The last shuttle bus back was at 10pm so around 9:15 we headed back to the pick up place. Back at the ship, tired but had a great day with more plans for tomorrow ...

Day 14 - Robben Island & Table Mountain

A travel blog entry by nancy.peter


... Robben Island was a bumpy one, but we didn't care. We just wanted to go there. Once there, we were put on buses with a tour guide. The last part of the tour was with a previous inmate. He explained life on Robben Island and he was a political activist and arrested several times and was imprisoned on Robben Island. The end of the tour was at the small cell of Nelson Mandela where he was imprisoned and slept on the floor for 18 years out of 27.


Interesting Food in Joburg and Cape Town

A travel blog entry by simonv


... at. It felt like something that was set up quite temporary in nature with no comforts at all. Lastly, I met with the customer today to talk through our new software delivery method. I figured out today that this is the first time I have been in front of one of my company's customers for over 10 years. When I left the customer side of the company, I always thought I would be back but did't think it would take this long... Time does pass by fast. Dinner at Moyo As I ...

A real look at South Africa

A travel blog entry by kendrasworld


... 25 km to the oldest black township. Here we stopped at one of the projects that has been created to support women by giving them work, teaching them skills, and giving them ways to make an income. There is also a preschool where their children can go while they work. The project was great and we were able to meet some of the women who were working on some projects. They were weaving mats out of textiles that were left over from shirt making processes, printed aprons and shirts, ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Cape Town CBD - Foreshore area of Cape Town, is near Two Oceans Aquarium, District Six Museum, Abseil Africa, and Bo-Kaap Museum.
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