Lion's Head Lodge

Sea Point, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sea Point

Cape Town, South Africa

A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz

6

... mountain we made the right decision to walk down not up. It took about 1 1/2 hours down the huge gorge steps - basically boulders as steps! Our knees were buggered afterwards! Our final night, we had a nice dinner and said our goodbyes to the rest of the group. It's been an incredible 75 days over landing through Africa - no doubt that this has been the greatest trip of our lives. It'll be sad to leave Africa and our new friends - but back to lone backpacking: off to ...

Whales, a sore face and being a Zulu

A travel blog entry by laureneden

26

... be quite racist here as well. I asked a local (white) man for directions which went like this: Excuse me what is down that road? The beach And what about that road? The Blacks. There might be some at the beach too if your unlucky. Oh. (Prolonged silence) What response was I supposed to give to that? I felt that he was waiting for me to say "oh dear! How unfortunate! I shan't go there then for certain." My favourite black/white incident was going somewhere and finding ...

Cape Town > Springbok> Fish River Canyon Namibia

A travel blog entry by mrsa

19

... the car took almost 2+ hours. We also transferred our two spare jerry cans, as ours were better than the ones on the 'new' car. So all in all a shedload of hassle we didn't need - and hours out of our holiday also. We therefore didn't get a chance to go and see the Quiver Tree forest which was close by. So much for Kea in Cape Town 'promising' us that all was safe and sound with the car!
We arrived back our guesthouse after doing some shopping ...

Dancing, crocodile and some juggling!

A travel blog entry by sbgibbons

1

... and really want to improve. The idea of the task was to get them to appreciate that even though something seems impossible at first it can be achieved by breaking it down and practice. Sounds a bit tenuous but it actually seemed to be worthwhile for them. Anyway sunset was gorgeous and I even went for a little run along the coast, views were stunning with cute little rock pools and coves.



Really touristy Saturday too, went to an amazing food market, ...

South Africa Part II

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsfitz

5

... to the next chapter of South African adventures.

Other than all of the big changes, Colin and I had quite an eventful week. Free from classes for a week, we took a trip with a group of 15 other students to Johannesburg to see the biggest South African rugby game of the year – the SA Springboks versus the New Zealand All Blacks. Not only is this a huge rivalry (or so I hear), but it also takes place in a stadium in Soweto, which ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Cape Of Good Hope area of Sea Point, is near Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Drakensberg Mountains, and Goukamma Nature Reserve.
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