Petite Provence B&B

Address: 7 Umdoni 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 Umdoni Road, Salt Rock.
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      Travel Blogs from Salt Rock

      Reed Dance, Rugby, and Sawubona Mamma

      A travel blog entry by angelamarie on Sep 02, 2013

      ... of this ceremony was so pure and simply cultural that the topless dress of the young women did not seem like something sexual. It was tradition, and the celebration was beautiful.

      After experiencing something so simply different from anything I could ever imagine, we travelled over 4 hours back to Durban to catch a Rugby game. We made it before halftime and 7 of us decided to go to the game. To summarize, I love Rugby. The game was between the Sharks and the ...

      By Road and Air to Salt Rock

      A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 07, 2013

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      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 ...

      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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      Puzzles and Planning

      A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Jun 27, 2011

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      On Monday I left my Johannesburg family behind and headed down to Durban. For anyone who is considering this drive, it might be worth noting that taking the N3 freeway will cost you as much in tolls as it does in fuel. In Durban I would catch up with more family, make final trip preparations and finally pick up "Mozza" the Amarok.
      I stayed with my Grandmother in her retirement home, Doone Village. My gran is now 95 years old and is currently tied for the longest serving resident ...

      Be Easy Zambezi

      A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Jul 31, 2010

      ... atmospheric. It was kind of like a fairy tale land set up with art sculptures and exotic gardens, it also had a huge outside festival area where they host an annual music festival. After exploring their grounds i made the long walk back, and i got quite tired on the way home to the hostel but i finally made it just as the sun went down. A cop even told me not to walk after dark, but by that point i was already very close to being at the hostel. I enjoyed ...