St Bedes Terrace

26 Antrim Road, Cape Town, 8005, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cape Town

The End of Africa

A travel blog entry by alan.reid.7359


Decided to drive down to Cape Point.

Last year when we arrived here the whole Cape was clouded out and we couldn't see a thing.

It couldn't have been any more different today. Very warm, very calm and very clear.

The beaches here are amazing and the views are stunning.


Days 20, 21, 22 - Swakupmond, Namibia

A travel blog entry by kauna


... me a long time to make up my mind what to do, then I decided by the time I make up my mind I could have already completed a dune ride. So...I booked a 4-wheeler, and it just so happened that one of the guides (Ben) was just sitting there waiting to go for a ride, so after a quick 5 minute tutorial, I was quad riding the Namibian Sand Dunes. Ben took it easy on me at first, but as the ride went on, the course got a little harder. Larger burms that required lots ...

Out and About in Cape Town

A travel blog entry by centaur169


... waterfront with a couple of Amaroelas. Yum.

After doing some much needed replacement of alcoholic refreshments we arrived at the house at 3pm and Andrew did his coursework while Janet had a soak in the bath. Food shopping was funny as I was tired and gave this humungous yawn in front of the check-out clerk, immediately feeling sorry as here I was on holiday and she was working, and I was complaining about being tired, lol. However much I ...

Day three

A travel blog entry by carmenatwater


... but they never moved anyone into the district after forcefully removing the people who lived there. It was amazing how she was able to walk through the area where she grew up that had been completely razed and transformed and talk about its history with a sense of nostalgia that didn't seem the least bit bitter. After the tour of District Six, we went to lunch and then went back to the lodge to pack our backpacks for overnight. Next, ...

Week Six

A travel blog entry by andrewschleeter


... options for shelter. Since the end of Apartheid, people have resorted to building shacks on public land. The government does not recognize these shacks, which means they are occupying land without a legally recognized tenure. Anyone can build a shack on the public land, and the costs of building typically costs R7000-8000 ($700-$800 U.S. Dollars). Most of the shacks are in terrible shape and at risk of collapsing at any moment. Due to the lack of formal housing in the ...

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This hotel, located in the Green Point area of Cape Town, is near Cape Point, City Hall, Irma Stern Museum, and Groote Schuur Estate.
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