Ballito Manor

102B Compensation Beach Road, Ballitoville, Ballito, 4420, Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal, 4420, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 102B Compensation Beach Road, Ballitoville, Ballito, 4420, Ballito.
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Travel Blogs from Ballito

Hluhluwe Game Park - pronounced Shu-shloo-wee

A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Feb 15, 2014

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... Land Rover from another tour, all being chased by a trumpeting, angry young bull! Yahoo! What excitement....glad not us though! Anyway once on the road the elephant sauntered off after the herd and we followed and watched in awe of these magnificent creatures. We continued and stopped to watch more Buffalo when in the distance we saw the necks and heads of giraffe poking above the bushes. For the rest of time we drove through ...

Day 13 - Goodbye Daisy, Hello Polly

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 16, 2013

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... to a Hyundai i10. This was hardly bigger than what we already had so we enquired about a bigger upgrade and agreed on a VW Polo for less than £1.50 a day extra. Now the tricky bit, the car examination. One of them came out and checked Daisy over, every time he went near the dented boot, I engaged him in conversation and was quick to lift it up so he could check the spare tyre. He gave her a clean bill of health and I signed the paperwork off a sun damaged. Phew! ...

Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief

A travel blog entry by jesshill on Jul 06, 2012


This old tune came into my mind earlier and whilst the 'tinker, tailor, solider, sailor' may not apply, the last part works in explaining the polar opposites of characters and experiences we have had in the last few days. I cannot really imagine another time where having cocktails, 4 hour border crossings, gospel music played until 1am and houses bordered with electric fences would all be part of a few consecutive days.

Our last day in ...


A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Oct 13, 2011


... of the roads and they hope someone, anyone, with a pick-up truck (Bucky in Africaan) gives them a ride, Some, too tired to walk, go back home. The grounds consist of 3 buildings: one for grades 1 and 2, another for the upper grades, and a multi-purpose room (music/library). School hours are 8 to 2. There are 2 teachers and 2 volunteers. English is introduced in grade 2. The children speak Zulu at home. We were separated into 2 groups and we were invited to speak to ...

The Hangover

A travel blog entry by jumcveigh on May 01, 2011

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Day 19 - 01/05/11 - Ballito / Umhlanga Rocks
The day after the wedding... we got up early, as you do after a big night, to join the wedding crowd for breakfast back at the venue. It was good fun seeing people we'd danced with the night before, most of whom we barely knew... Good times!

We decided to make the most of the day and head to the ...

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