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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Ridgeview Lodge Durban
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... of former glory days of children riding them all around the grounds to the shrieks of fun, laughter and delight.
Being one of the first to arrive gave me the chance to walk around these amazing grounds and buildings and just suck in the ambience of this incredible resort. The book in my room tells of former glory days when royalty visited this place as well as the recent improvements and restoration works undertaken a few years ago.
... font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Literally, right in front of Michael and Charne's house is a huge gorge! We did a couple of the trails that take in the gorge both at the bottom and the top where the views are jaw dropping and the scenery is spectacular .
... because it allowed you to run with them in your hands. The issue how ever was, over the course of the run, I was getting prone to biting off the plastic and swallowing it by mistake versus spitting it out. I almost choked on it once, and that scared me quite a bit. On a long run, your mind does tend to get a bit sluggish and the incident made me snap out of my sluggishness pretty quick.
A good bit of the last 10 kms was on the motor way, quite weird to be ...
After the sightseeing that we did in CapeTown and the three days of climbing there we checked out of our hostel after five nights there and drove to the cape of good hope and then over to Hermanus where we checked into a nice backpackers lodge there. The next morning we walked to the beach and were happy to spot the migrating Right whales who show up here every year at this time on their way to Antarctica.
... got our bikinis on (first time since going to the hot pools in Franz Josef, NZ), grabbed our sarongs and headed for the sand. The lifeguard gave us a wave as we arrived on the beach which was reassuring that at least he knew we were there and about to venture into the water! The waves looked quite rough, we were clearly at a good surf beach but there was a small stretch flag-marked for swimming. Before we changed our minds about swimming we did a quick strip ...