No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Durban
Interesting fact: Durban is the home of the biggest Indian community worldwide... outside India! There are a million and a half Indians living here. No wonder that the city is famous for its curry, the delicious bunny chow. A must in Durban.
After leaving Umzumbe our bus took 1hour to reach Durban. We arrived at 9.30pm, just had enough time to grab a (very tasty) Debonarhs pizza and went to bed. 8 hours later we were back on the bus - seems a shame to be leaving without seeing much of the city but the new stadium looked very impressive from the bus.
See you in St Lucia,
Love N and L xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
... The twister, i long windy track. Or the Tornado, 1 steep long track. Ollie and Max decided to go down the Tornado so in they hopped (fitted out with head protection in case of any bumps) 1 photo I wish I'd got, was Ollie and max, laying on their backs, in the water, in the ball, linking arms, snuggling close, knees up to their tummies big grins on their faces.... with that the ball is sealed and down they go!! Ollie was not impressed, Max couldn't wait to ...
... no choice to cycle back in the storm along the beach. Soaking wet when we arrived back home would be an understatement.
The next day the weather wasn’t much better so after brunch at a café, we wandered back to Joe Cool’s just in time to participate in happy hour! It was a good way to pass the time away, hoping that the weather would be better tomorrow. Thankfully it was and finally a proper beach day was had. This was Tymaree and ...
How does the quote go? It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...
Things I'll miss about Durbs
My banjoist/landlord/sous chef - aka Dad
Endless swimming scenarios
Parking wherever/however I like (see item two below)
Carey, Richard, ...