Blue Sky Mining Backpackers and Lodge

Address: 5 Nelson Palmer Rd, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4126, South Africa | Hostel
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This hostel is located on 5 Nelson Palmer Rd, Durban.
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        Protests, Rugby, and Sunburns

        A travel blog entry by scott.morrett on Oct 26, 2015

        1 comment, 66 photos

        ... could eat you.

        The beach was a great view but it was a little cloudy so we came back to our place and hung out by the pool before going to dinner. We went to Moyo which serves traditional African food. It was wonderful. If I had to choose just one reason to stay here forever, it would be because of the food. I would weigh 500lbs easy after just a year.

        On Saturday morning we got up and went with our hosts Nikky and Tommy to ...

        South Africa: Kwazulu natal part 1

        A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 29, 2014

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... to 5m. I fought the surge as hard as I could by deflating the air in my bcd, but it didn't matter. Ascending quickly is never good for scuba, ascending 20m in seconds is very very not good, that's how you get the bends. So I did what I was supposed to do, I descended down to 15m as quickly as I could, tried to find everyone else, found myself separated, and ascended slowly with a safety stop at 5m. When I felt ready i emerged at the surface, and saw the boat. Thankfully the ...


        A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Oct 10, 2013

        In my spare time I was just reading thru the "orientation booklet" I know, you're thinking, just now??? As in "just now" the Australian version. Why did i not read this when i first arrived? hmmm, probably because i was not given one when i arrived and it is only now that i have the pleasure of receiving and being able to read it and lets just say, after living and working with "English speaking ...

        DIFF - Day 6 - The South African Film Community

        A travel blog entry by dustinkaspar on Jul 24, 2012

        ... Seattle / USA and the honest truth, which I shared with them, is that there currently is not. African films are currently oddities in a Festival program with maybe 3 or 4 at any Festival. We have stepped it up to 10 or 15 in Seattle when the film quality allows. I
        sincerely believe that audiences for African film is a Field of Dreams-type scenario in which “If you build it, they will come.” There is so much that is unique and extraordinary diversity on this ...

        Well back to the first world (well almost!)

        A travel blog entry by maclaren on Sep 28, 2011

        ... only be described as a quiet Scarborough seaside resort without the charm. It did however have an arcade, bowling alley and bar with a pool table. All three were checked out and I must admit it feels a little strange to be back in the west. Apparently South Africa is still classed as third world country because of its poor public transport system. (Which I haven’t used ...