Ballito Manor

Address: 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

Humans in my butterflies...

A travel blog entry by littletons on Nov 29, 2014

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So here's a random thought... Do butterflies feel humans in their stomachs when they're nervous? It's 4 days 3 hours 57 minutes 23 seconds until our huge family trip. Am I excited. Heck yes! However I could puke from all the nerves. In fact... erm, give me a moment... nope, not to worry, just another fleeting butterfly. The big pack has commenced. I really do mean big pack. Five people equals quite a lot of luggage - well mostly just my ...

To Durban, shopping!

A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 16, 2014

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... at Umhlanga rocks at 12.15. James didn't even walk me in. Checked in, room 615. Not as close to the sea as was expected or that picture showed. A couple of blocks away. Room very hot, put air con on which of course went off as soon as I took my card out of the slot. Asked at desk re shopping. Walked along street and found lovely Art Africa shop and bough some lovely goodies. Wandered around. Went to beach. Lovely lighthouse, Andrew would love it. Sand sculptures here ...

Day 13 - Goodbye Daisy, Hello Polly

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 16, 2013

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... to see signs for the airport on the outskirts. Easy! We obviously missed them because we were soon in the heart of Richards Bay. A check on ipad maps showed that there was now the huge Mzingazi Lake between us and the airport. Rather than turn round we decided to continue and try and circumnavigate the lake. We were initially in a rather posh area, then the road took us through what can only be described as a rather upmarket township. Ignoring the warning signs ...

Township Living

A travel blog entry by angelamarie on Sep 06, 2013

... other games with the children. The kids love us, and they all want us to carry them on our backs, so of course we do. For any of you soccer players who are looking to improve your game, try playing soccer with a child on your back. It's quite a work out. Even when we aren't at the field, just walking down the street, any child that sees us will come running into our arms. One night, I even taught the kids some camp songs! ...

Durban...Still Not Sure What to Say About It

A travel blog entry by trickerz on Nov 23, 2011

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... to see if I
could get the table. The two people I was supposed to talk to were
gone, so we kept walking down the boardwalk. It was an interesting walk.
We saw surfers, sand sculptures, a skate park, some weird small
amusement parks, and several pools along the way. Mack got hungry, so it
was back to the casino for food. He ended up eating a KFC twister. We
discussed going to the movies and I checked my email, then we decided on
the casino. I won a ...

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