Petite Provence B&B

Address: 7, Mdoni Road, Salt Rock, KwaZulu-Natal, 4391, South Africa | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B is located on 7, Mdoni Road, Salt Rock.
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      Travel Blogs from Salt Rock

      THE END OF OUR FIRST YEAR

      A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Dec 31, 2013

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... club for the Eccleisal kids and other locals in the area. Then there was catch ups and braiis and then the Aussies arrived followed by bible school and I’m still waiting for the quiet time i will just stay in bed all day (Like that ever happens :) I'm starting to think i may finding myself back in the working year before i realise! How am I gonna do it?? This is just a teeny tiny question i ask myself DAILY!! How am I gonna survive ...

      By Road and Air to Salt Rock

      A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 07, 2013

      8 photos

      The sunbathers on the beach at Plettenberg Bay had to scramble to avoid the waves that were announcing the rising tide. We watched them as we strolled the length of the beach in front of the restaurants and cafés. Today we had lunch at the Silver Moon, a locally known restaurant that was recommended to us and we met our friends Andrew and Linda there. According to the owner, everything was made to look 30 years old; an interesting ...

      Stanger: Chaos and Compassion part two

      A travel blog entry by robspackman on Oct 15, 2012

      4 photos

      ... into the department flanks by police and yellow shirted security guards. Sedated before you get to them they and sleeps off their confusions alongside the emaciated frames of HIV and TB patients who have defaulted their treatment.

      Diabetic patients feature heavily. There is little more satisfying then watching someone come round from a hypoglycaemic coma with a shot of intravenous sugar.

      By night the sheer ...

      Day 11

      A travel blog entry by arookwood on Jul 11, 2011

      ... pools - its awesome. I went in the water for a bit (well just my legs) but it was really cold.

      Sue and I went for a walk and helped a scared little old lady walk home.

      We said goodbye to Robyn and Joe. Jan and Bill are staying another night - I really like them, they've travelled in Africa for years and have heaps of knowledge of the places we are going to.
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      Dip into SA

      A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape on Jul 11, 2010

      4 comments, 30 photos

      ... experienced and from talking to other travellers, it felt like South Africans really stepped up their game for the World Cup, in terms of helping foreigners. And even though back in England you get all the scepticism about whether it was wise giving SA the World Cup when money needs to be spent in other areas, being in Africa at the time it was on and seeing people's pride in hosting it, and how it united people, made me feel that it was a very good decision. ...