Cabana Beach Resort

Address: 10 Lagoon Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, KwaZulu-Natal, 4320, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Lagoon Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, is near Tembe Elephant National Park and Natal Shark Board.
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      Travel Blogs from Umhlanga Rocks

      Chowin’ on some bovine head (and other fun s

      A travel blog entry by alexdaugherty on Feb 28, 2014

      3 photos

      ... a delicacy in Zulu culture and
      for years females were not permitted to eat it. The head is removed from the
      cattle and sent to market where women hack at the skull to get certain cuts of
      meat. The slices of head are then cooked in broth until they are tender and
      then served with dumplings (steamed bread). I had the chance to try some and
      its quite tasty, although you need to put your western conceptions of food
      cleanliness at the door.


      Saturday night bloodshed *WARNING BRUTAL

      A travel blog entry by robspackman on Dec 11, 2012

      5 comments, 2 photos

      ... a baby in the car park, drunks shout the place down and the family from the first disaster keep coming. And coming.

      I can’t help but feeling like I am in a warzone. And it’s not yet midnight.

      By 6am fighting all the night the place is all but cleared when more horror comes: A municipal worker cleaning up the smash from the night before has been hit but a drunk driver as he worked his broom up the side of the motorway. His foot ...

      Meeting up with the Family

      A travel blog entry by prieststrip on Apr 16, 2012

      12 photos

      ... kids hugged the doorman.

      That evening Diane and Phil came to the hotel with Diane's sister Debbie-Lynn, her husband Tony and their daughter Kimberly. It was fabulous to see them. We had quite a bit to catch up on so we stayed in the hotel and had a feast.

      It was sad to have to say goodbye to Jamie the next day. The kids had had a brilliant time with him, especially Fynn. In fact they were like Siamese twins the whole trip, ...

      To Durban

      A travel blog entry by wherearetheynow on Jun 24, 2010

      2 photos

      ... road, NOTHING like the M6. Basically one lane each side with a hard shoulder that is mainly used for trucks and slower cars to move into for other people to overtake.

      we set of and drove off in the dark and after a few hours we saw the sunrise, little did we know we would also be driving into the sunset when we got to Durban!..very surreal. After a few hours driving we stopped of to get the car checked by the ...


      A travel blog entry by ajulesa on Apr 03, 2010

      9 photos

      ... one of the days - my God it was boring!! The street names in the last year or so have changed in Durban to people who have helped abolish apartheid and the woman went on to tell us about 20 street names and what they use to be - Yawn!! It was a 3 hour tour and by the first hour I wanted to get off!! There were also "exotic trees" being explained many times which looked like ordinary trees to me!! My favorite though was when she said "Here is the ...