Protea Hotel North Wharf

Address: No 1 Lower Bree Street, Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8002, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Cape Town CBD - Foreshore area of Cape Town, is near District Six Museum, Abseil Africa, Bo-Kaap Museum, and Shark Zone.
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    An island, mountain and townships

    A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Apr 20, 2014

    32 photos

    ... us. The other delicacy waiting for us was deep fried sheep’s liver. This was worse than the head! Our next stop was at a local family who were struggling. We stocked up on sugar, meat and rice at the supermarket and went to meet the family. There were 9 people living in a house with 2 bedrooms. They complained of the electricity and water being turned off by the suppliers as they could not afford it. Whilst we ...

    Two Oceans

    A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Apr 19, 2014

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    A long and detailled entry that might interest those who would like to tackle that race, or that might have ran it in the past...

    Since I know I was to spend 2 years in Africa, I made a bucket list of things to do on the continent. One of them, close to the top, was to run the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon...

    I arrived in Ghana in a rough shape, but managed to train and run the Accra Half-Marathon. Then I ran and won the ...

    Day 36 - Signal Hill and Sun, Sun and More Sun

    A travel blog entry by simonannals on Nov 08, 2013

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    ... my foot down and raced to the beach, briefly turning the wrong way on a dual carriageway. We returned to Camps Bay, got ourselves a couple of sun beds and lay in the warm sun for a couple of hours. A band of thick cloud looked like it was going to engulf us, but in the blink of an eye it disappeared. Around lunchtime, we returned to a little cafe on the seafront and shared a bottle of very palatable wine to wash down Jackie's fish cakes and my chicken strips. An hour later ...

    Cape Town

    A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... Food and wine here is very affordable for example a glass of very good white or red is usually around $2.00 and a 300gram steak about $8.50. Everywhere you go there is live music, on the street and in the bars & restaurants. It's very safe here with a huge police presence however so far everyone has been extremely friendly and ...

    Zimbawbe to Capetown

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jun 04, 2013

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    A change of pace from the excitement of the park was our subsequent voyage by mokoro (dugout) canoes to the Umvuvu island camp in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Imagine sitting back in your own homemade wooden "pirogue" type boat while your own personal poler conveys you through reeds and lillypads on a meandering route to a lovely remote camp in this pristine wilderness. It was delightful and oh, so relaxing! At sunset the polers took us to a site where ...