Natal Spa

Address: 85-7 Marine Parade-7, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 85-7 Marine Parade-7, KwaZulu-Natal.
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Travel Blogs from KwaZulu-Natal

Hair Colour Can Be An Expression Of Who You Are

A travel blog entry by jordon8kiss on Oct 20, 2015

... If you don't want to commit to one colour, an ombre option is for you. It's the perfect hint of colour. The soft blonde variations throughout your hair can create a beautiful feminine look. This particular ombre hairstyle is completed with an edgy short haircut. Check out Inecto's Sunkissed and Caramel Blonde hair dye. 2. Going Grey We're not sure where this trend originated, but we love it. Who said you have to be old to be ...

A Zulu Farewell

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Jul 31, 2015

5 comments, 8 photos

... it done. Stickers have been put on the bikes and car and we have planned in great detail the first day, we will wing it after that! But we are ready to go, the Rorkes's Drift to Brecon team is eager to hit the road. Peter's late father David was a champion of reconciliation and worked tirelessly his whole life to rebuild the bridge between the brave Zulus and equally brave British soldiers of the Welsh Regiment who fought here so long ago. Peter will ...

IsiZulu on my Mind

A travel blog entry by hartherapy on Mar 08, 2015

1 photo

... t believe I'm from America.  My IsiZulu skills are NOT THAT impressive I promise, it's just my brown skin that has them confused.  Because I look like everybody else, they are convinced that my parents are from South Africa, that is, until they try to have a fluid conversation with me; then I look like a deer in headlights.  No prepared speech can compare to the ability to actually respond in normal dialogue with someone who speaks IsiZulu. ...

Christmas - An unexpected gift

A travel blog entry by touchlife on Dec 25, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... the stillness that just minutes before lay heavily over the village. Even the sun, which seemed so oppressive just minutes ago, seems to have lost its intensity as a cool breeze ripples across the grass making the small yellow flowers dance as if they are alive.

Gogo, leaning lightly on her stick, extends her gnarled hands and grasps the hand of one of the umlungus. She beams a huge smile, replete with missing teeth. A smile that demands ...

Back in Africa

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Nov 01, 2014

7 comments, 2 photos

... settling rains.
As the storm receded a call came thru that two guests were stuck with their driver some twenty k's south at a river crossing. Probably bogged on the muddy road we assumed so Andrew and I downed our tea, jumped into the trusty Toyota and set off on the rescue mission. Soon we realised that we had caught the edge of the storm and far more rain had fallen to the west with muddy little rivers flowing down the sides and sometimes along and across ...