The Palms Guesthouse

Address: 53 12th Avenue , Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53 12th Avenue , Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Natal Shark Board, and Nambiti Game Conservancy.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Palms Guesthouse Durban

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Travel Blogs from Durban

The end of an Adventure

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on Jul 22, 2014

23 photos

... and you will be able to focus on what is import to you. Look at your friends. Are they really friends or just people you know. Do they add value to you life? If you were in dire straight who would you call on and how would they assist you. If you lost everything would they still be there for you or would you become the subject of the conversation in the local pub. Free yourself from negative people. Spend time with people who are smart, driven ...

Day 9 - I want to see mountains Gandalf, mountains

A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Dec 12, 2013

12 photos

... N3 is a 3 lane motorway with a speed limit of 120km/h, locals walk along the grassy verge and criss-cross between cars to get to the other side, terrifying! Even young kids are running across the lanes, it enough to keep your heart in your mouth! We overtake trucks with locals squished into the back, open top, no particular safety regulations here! There are however traffic police all the way with laser guns stopping the odd car for speeding, we managed to avoid them ...

With 50Rand in my hand, I'm gonna be South African

A travel blog entry by angelamarie on Aug 30, 2013

The past few days in our program-base city have been quite an adventure. On Tuesday most of the group travelled to Durban by bus, but three of us volunteered to stay back and take an evening flight from Joburg because there wasn't enough room in the temporary van. The flight was quite short, but we met an incredibly nice woman on the plane who told us the fires we saw while landing were a proactive measure to reduces the risk of the uncontrollable spread of wild ...

Digging Durban

A travel blog entry by eddim on Dec 02, 2012

2 comments, 25 photos

... the only source unless they go to Pinetown a suburb of Durban. We had a taste of what they call Fat Cake, which is essentially fried dough; delicious of course. From there we continued through the village to the spiritual healer’s house on the way learning how the Zulu’s live in the village and some of their traditions and customs. The healer was unfortunately not home but our guide gave us a good overview of what he would do, what things he would ...

The Township Tour

A travel blog entry by dustinkaspar on Jul 16, 2012

3 comments, 7 photos

... and I can’t say that there is a strong Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner time. I certainly ate when I was hungry which was often just twice a day and this Lunch / Dinner at 4pm became pretty common. The Butchery that we stopped at was basically a lair for meat and after a bit of research, it was pretty similar to a South African braai (the equivalent of a US barbecue). A variety of sausages (beurewors), thin steaks, and chicken were all cooked over an enormous open flame and presented ...