Don Oceanic

Address: 20 John Mcintyre Road, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 John Mcintyre Road, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Nambiti Game Conservancy, and The Spa on Fairway.
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Travel Blogs from Durban

Dry dock in Durban

A travel blog entry by debsbelien on Aug 04, 2015

17 photos

... their job is; if the ship is not being refurbished and repaired, we would never be able to do the work we do during the field service. Therefore, Tanya and I got an assignment on trying to put together a power point for one of the community meetings and share this with the crew, so we don’t forget to validate and appreciate what the projects people, the deckies, the engineers, … have done during the shipyard. We got some help from ...

Silent suffering

A travel blog entry by the4thjourney on Feb 13, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

“silent suffering”

There is so much pain, sickness, poverty and suffering here in South Africa. Every day and everywhere you go, you see it on the streets, in the cities and townships and around the homes of those we travel to see. Beggars, and not just one or two here or there, but sometimes four, five or six at an intersection with hand written signs around their necks begging, humbling and humiliating themselves and pleading ...


A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Jun 22, 2014

9 photos

... ending on the 4:09pm. when the midwives arrived I was told i was 9cm dilated, so we looked into what the biblical symbology for the number 9 is and it turns out it means "finality" and "completion" if that doesnt sum up this perfect child and the perfect end to a perfect pregnancy and an amazing 9 months i dont know what does!!
Now i have the beautiful journey ahead of getting to know this new little man in my life and watch him grow and be part of my little family.

A Unique Experience, Durban, South Africa

A travel blog entry by lottyh on Mar 28, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... br> danced in wild and savage ways to the music of their drums. Singing,
dancing, swaying, accompanied by drums, and and enhanced by shrill
ululations, is a ceremony unique to the Zulu tribe. It was a very
snappy round of high kicks, and low jumps, coupled with thump, thump,
thump, foot on the ground dance moves that required different body
parts to move in different directions simultaneously. Watching them
was as good as you can get when it comes to African rhythm. ...

Reed Dance, Rugby, and Sawubona Mamma

A travel blog entry by angelamarie on Sep 02, 2013

... was the means by which he selected a new wife, and he has not selected a new wife in many years. However this ceremony is something the Zulu people are very proud of, and it was an incredible cultural event to experience. The girls were so excited to have American visitors. They would come running up to us, hugging us, asking us to take pictures of them and with them. In another context, the attire, or lack thereof, may have been considered inappropriate or provocative. But ...