Africa Regent Guest House

Address: 24 Regent Place, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4051, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 24 Regent Place, Durban, is near Mitchell Park, Tembe Elephant National Park, Natal Shark Board, and Nambiti Game Conservancy.
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    Travel Blogs from Durban

    The good confession

    A travel blog entry by the4thjourney on Feb 18, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    “the good confession”

    Yesterday (Tuesday) was the start of a new week in the vast mission fields of South Africa around the Durban area. The weekends are nearly always full and hectic with lots of outreach work, mission work and ecclesial activities, so when Monday comes around it is a time to relax and start thinking of the coming week’s projects and activities. A Monday morning sleep-in, a roll-over, and another hours ...

    A Unique Experience, Durban, South Africa

    A travel blog entry by lottyh on Mar 28, 2014

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... to get out before
    the smoke got into our eyes.

    the Zulu culture, marriage is for life. The man has to save money to
    buy seven to eleven cattle, and offer it as a dowry for the bride. A
    man can get another wife only if the first wife is barren. In the
    Zulu village, everyday, the men and women create beautiful craft
    work. Traditionally the bead-work was created to convey messages in
    their design and the use of colors. The colors and their meaning


    A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Jan 17, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... babies and children while trying to flee.
    After the meal it was decided that we would have one on one chats with each of the adults to find out more about themselves, their children and their needs. I know i shouldn’t be surprised anymore but i was. I think we all were. Every single persons greatest need was educational. either for their children's education (uniforms, books, stationary) or for themselves if they were studying . ...

    Fancy some Bunny Chow?

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Mar 09, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... ago, M had spent nearly two months here on work. V was working in Pretoria at the time and had visited Durban during M's stint here. So this visit was partly to satisfy curiosity about how things have changed in the intervening decades.

    While we don't recall safety being of particular concern in the city all those years ago, reading recent reviews on travel forums indicated that the central areas had become quite seedy and petty crime was ...


    A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 01, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... standing around idly and who get paid for it who also knew nothing, when this little head pops out from behind the storeroom door and asks if she can help? I left my file in the toilet... "This one?" She says! I nearly tipped her the five dollars I was given to gamble with in Vegas (Kidding Duncan!) But it was then that I decided it would be safer for me to be in the lounge drinking than to be wasting time, wasting time till 18:45. And besides, my feet are now sore... So here I ...