Bhekintaba Guesthouse

46 Mountain View Avenue, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on 46 Mountain View Avenue, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Tembe Elephant National Park, and Natal Shark Board.
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Travel Blogs from Durban

Dancing and Vuvuzelas

A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on May 19, 2014

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... for over a hundred people! Everyone was in really good spirits so it didn’t feel at all threatening. We only saw 4 other white people in the whole stadium (and they were supporting the other team) so I think everyone was just really happy that we were wearing pirates strips and had gone to watch the football with them.

In the evening it was yet another brai, this time trying ostrich meat which tastes completely different from steak contrary to ...

FROM NOTHING TO SOMETHING IN 1 WEEK

A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Aug 04, 2013

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... ok and put pressure on the white south African ladies to also clean. haha
We arrived at the hall this morning to not only find an extra amount of guests for the baptism but also international visitors form England attending a wedding next weekend. The hall was filling up and we were about to find out how the new kitchen would hold up.
After Sunday school it was time for the baptism. Sihle is engaged to a Brother at Westville and Dad had taken her through ...

Seeing a bit of the Real Africa

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Jun 24, 2013

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... a few villages that seemed to carry on for a vast distance into the hills around Durban, with roads to more or less all the houses which was quite surprising. We past a lot of kids along the way, very few of whom waved. I think in my head I was expecting here to be a lot like India and China; with the locals fascinated by us and waving at us and talking to us at any opportunity. This now seems so naive now knowing the history, and that whites (tourists or not) ...

How many wrongs make a right?

A travel blog entry by shellpom on Feb 29, 2012

In a stretch of land that connects suburbia and the Golden Mile (nothing sinister – just beautiful beaches) there is a cluster of structures which inspire many an emotion from an already heart-on-sleeve-bearing populous. Most will agree that the football-loving White Elephant glitters as brightly in the midday sun as the ever increasing mound of taxpayers' coins that feed its greedy trunk. Whilst I regularly shake my head at the deafening silence ...

Durban

A travel blog entry by zigdog1 on Jul 25, 2011

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... prime about 15-20 years ago – perhaps it’s just the art deco architecture and faded paint job… Palapas lined the sand out front as sweet, peaky waves crested out front. As I walked back I saw a few surfers out launching down the overhead
waves. In California, there would be a hundred or more surfers in the water but here it looks like ten constitutes a crowd! The waves ...