Five Burnham

Address: 5 Burnham Drive, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4051, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Burnham Drive, Durban, is near Tembe Elephant National Park and Natal Shark Board.
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    Return to South Africa

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Oct 04, 2014

    77 photos

    Most of the group were leaving on Saturday. The two couples from Hampton were staying an extra day, as was Geraldine. They came to wave the rest of us off at 10.30 next morning as we boarded Dugga Boy for one last time.

    Victoria Falls airport was small and we were soon checked in. We were all going to Johannesburg, some with British Airways and some with South African Airways. From there most were taking the long overnight ...

    Chowin’ on some bovine head (and other fun s

    A travel blog entry by alexdaugherty on Feb 28, 2014

    3 photos

    ... The academic year has
    just started in South Africa, and it is typical for the first few weeks of
    lectures to be interrupted by crowds protesting student fees. Many protesters
    are not students and simply come to antagonize. The reason the police use paint
    ball guns is two-fold, first paintballs are non-lethal and hurt much less than
    rubber bullets, and second it makes it easy to identify anyone who was involved
    since they are covered in paint. After our ...

    South Africa

    A travel blog entry by laureneden on Oct 24, 2013

    35 photos

    ... in the world -only 2%25 of the country has electricity It was like going back in time to the 1700s. I don't know what it was like in the 1700s but I imagine it would be like Lesotho. I enjoyed that some people were wearing smurf hats that made them look like uncle smurf and that I heard the "clicking language" which is a fun language. The guide also said that the bushmen had disappeared from that area as up until the 1980s it was ...

    Carry on Stanger

    A travel blog entry by robspackman on Jan 14, 2013

    1 comment

    ... etc.

    At Stanger I love the way too everyone addresses each other by the surname, like some dilapidated public school (‘keeping up appearances you know?’) or just Doctor or Sister. Its odd a colleague your own age calling you doctor. It makes me feel like I’m in a carry on film.

    As this is still Africa, religion, and people who are very vocal about religious matters, (let's call them fanatics or nutters) are never too far away. Although it is ...

    The Drum of Zulu Thunder

    A travel blog entry by mullos on Dec 17, 2012

    18 photos

    ... and getting louder and louder, then a girl directly behind me burst out a Jesus song. I froze like the wererat out of Ice Age, my left eye twitching, holding my breath. I knew something big was about to kick off on this aircon bus, steaming now along the freeway towards the Northern Drakensburg and the subtropical lowlands of KwaZulu Natal Province. No, please no I thought. A few minutes later, a young male ran up to the front of the bus excitedly and grabbed the microphone ...