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

    Days 8 & 9 - Durban

    A travel blog entry by kauna on Nov 18, 2013

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    ... introduced me to a game they play, and we must have played for about 30 minutes. The city itself is South Africa's 3rd largest, with a population over 3 Million. What I learned in 2011 is that Durban has the largest Indian Population outside of India of any city in the world. Ghandi lived here for 10 years, and each day we are on the road named after him. Rich and the family actually live about 20 KMS north of Durban in the seaside community ...

    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 ...

    Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief

    A travel blog entry by jesshill on Jul 06, 2012


    ... It was satisfying to get in again, and we spent our day having a look around Pretoria. Definitely some nice spots, and a few spaces that reminded me a little of London.

    So lastly! Today has seen our trip take a different form, by starting the 'Baz Bus' down to Cape Town. It is a little odd to be surrounded by other tourists again, and can inagine it must look odd the other way: with locals seeing a whole bus of backpackers going along ...

    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.

    Riots in Sankontshe

    A travel blog entry by sarahbellecher on Mar 30, 2011


    ... we got a call from the other volunteers who had got stuck right in the middle of it and had to be saved by the police from a man wielding some kind of farming implement. We found out the following day that the riots were because a child had been run over earlier that evening and the locals dug up the road as they were petitioning for more speed bumps, probably not the best way to go ...