Strandloper


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Strandloper

(ˈstrantˌlʊəpə)
n
(Peoples) a member of an extinct tribe of Khoikhoi or Bushmen who lived on seafood gathered on the beaches of southern Africa
[C17: from Afrikaans strand beach + loper walker]
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One of the most relaxing of Mandela's alleged haunts is Die Strandloper, an informal openair beach restaurant at Langebaan, 125km from Cape Town.
He also wrote numerous popular articles for The Strandloper, the bulletin of the Conchological Society of Southern Africa, of which he was patron for many years.
Book a getaway at the ultra-modern Strandloper Ocean Boutique Hotel, which has 16 cozy white-on-white rooms and suites, and thank your luck that you decided to come to Cape Town.
Dr Mary Sukumar and Geoffry Barrett will be hiking at the Strandloper Trail in South Africa's Eastern Cape in February, an initiative being spearheaded by Dubai-based charity organisation the Gulf4Good.
WEST COAST: Have a seafood braai at the Strandloper on the beach at Langebaan (www.
Fortuin and Pearson are intent on gentrifying the town by increasing its appeal to tourists, claiming this history, which they publish as a book, demonstrates the uniqueness of Soutbek in the South African political landscape because it has been a place of racial harmony with the integration of Dutch colonists, and Khoisan, Strandloper and Namakqua natives since its very foundation centuries ago.
Oneofthebestseafoodmealsyou'll ever taste is served at Die Strandloper (www.
Afdeling drie bevat die verwysing na die titelgegewe--die kraai met soortgenote soos die strandloper, die dikkop en die paradysvoel.