Panache Country Lodge

Valley Road, Hout Bay, Western Cape, 7806, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hout Bay

Cape Town Day 4

A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Apr 08, 2014

... It was rated #1 thing to do in Cape Town on Trip Adviser (recommended by Colby's Mom) and we had to do it!! So we made a reservation to go to Hint Hunt with no idea what it really was...besides that they lock you in a room for an hour (there was 5 of us) and you have to find your way out....sounds fun right!?!?!? :) So on our way there...funny side story! SOOOO the night before we jumped in this mans cab to take us to Camps Bay and totally threw him off guard haha! His name ...

Seeing the real Cape Town

A travel blog entry by tlainy on Mar 04, 2014

1 comment

... strong it means Johannesburg will get even heavier rains. Biltong is their form of beef jerky but without all the salt and preservatives. Table Mountain gets a "table cloth", which is a hanging cloud at the top of the mountain. I'll be hiking up it tomorrow @ 645am.

Speaking of which, it's bedtime for me! Day 3, here it comes! Cheers :-)

Ps pictures to come tomorrow. Internet is really slow and I can't seem to upload any, promise!

Hornbill Bingo

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Nov 29, 2013

5 photos

... of Hornbills! We have now seen all five species - Red Billed, Damara, Yellow Billed, Montero, and of course the African Grey Hornbill.

As we taxied in the Cessna Caravan, I struggled, as always to put an earplug in. I think my left ear channel is really small because I can never get a plug in. Bill tried a couple of times to assist me, but when he said "*silence*", I replied, "I can still hear you!". After some eye rolling and a couple more rounds of ...

Cape Town

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Feb 26, 2013

6 comments, 8 photos

... had to put money in the meters to get electricity. Homes were made of plywood, corrugated sheet metal and anything else that they could get their hands on. Toilet facilities were usually communal. According to our guide, approximately 75% were Christian and the rest were Muslim. We peeked into a local school and a group of 6 year olds were dancing and obviously enjoying it. We walked down one side street and a little 2 to 3 year old black girl ...

South Africa

A travel blog entry by roryandshelley on Feb 16, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

... overlooking the beach before enjoying a night relaxing at a BnB that night.

After a swim the next morning, we ventured back east and stopped in a town named Knysna. Knysna Harbour has one of the most treacherous inlets in the world, with insurance companies refusing to cover anyone who enters it! We had a look at it from above and it sure looked pretty bad, with some massive waves on one side and a big current flowing. We carried out some beer tasting that evening ...

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