Eco Wave Lodge

Address: 11 Gladiola Way, Kommetjie, Cape Town, Western Cape, 7975, South Africa | Lodge
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          Travel Blogs from Kommetjie

          112 Metres

          A travel blog entry by andiegriffiths on Sep 29, 2013

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... I realised I could just let go and slide down in the air but it took a few seconds to work it out! I waited at the bottom for Davina (who got scared once she had gone over!) and we then took a breathtaking walk back up feeling amazing! On our last day in Cape Town we visited Robben Island which was surprisingly disappointing and we didn't learn much, however, Nelson Mandela is an inspiration and we did see his ...

          Beware of the Baboons

          A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Sep 10, 2013

          32 photos

          ... and we decide to investigate the park more. We go to the Cape of Good Hope point and saw Blesbok and Eland on our route. There are so many tour busses in the area we decide to move on. I enjoy the Proteas in the veldt and then at one of the quieter turnoffs decide to have tea and biscuits on the beach. Three ...

          Self-Guided Walking Tour of Cape Town

          A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 12, 2013

          4 comments, 32 photos

          ... of many of the slaves who had once lived there. There were short film clips you could sit down and watch, and music you could listen to. There was an entire room devoted to examples of the arts and music and costumes of the people who were later enslaved. It's worth noting that the slaves were not all from Africa, but many were rather captured in other countries like India, Indonesia, and Malaysia, before being brought to Cape Town. Bill and I really ...

          The start of my African overland tour!

          A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 10, 2013

          2 comments, 10 photos

          ... Are you ready for it…….Mhondoro which meant "Lion" in the Shona language! I should tell you that the Shona language is derived from the biggest tribe in Zimbabwe. Anyway, it was a good thing that the name was written on the side of the vehicle’s doors because I never would have remembered it.


          Penguins and 'For Richer or Poorer'

          A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Nov 02, 2012

          32 photos

          Today was yet another special day. I fall more and more in love with this part of Cape Town with each passing day! We took our time getting ready in the morning as I'm still feeling a bit delicate and said hello to their domestic on the way out: Miriam. She’s a lovely woman and she is quite inspiring as she was cleaning house in the loveliest dress! I always wear the most awful of garments when I clean.

          By 11am we were finally starting our day ...