Protea Hotel Imperial
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Protea Hotel Imperial Pietermaritzburg
Travel Blogs from Pietermaritzburg
... of the neighbour’s rose garden was motivation for her slaughter. She met her end with her mouth full of scrumptious food away from the other pigs. The process that followed was very interesting and kept both of us at work for the next two days. We made roasts, smoked pork ribs and pork sausage. The head and organs went to the dogs and the intestines to the chickens and gas biodigester (creates methane to power stoves or fridges from animal excrement and waste). The fat was ...
... very experience to us) so as they smiled and waved us on we made out way through crazy deep water hoping the water would flood the engine and we'd be stranded here for who knows how long! But the end of the story is that we made it home safely, with a bunch of grate videos and a story to remember forever, a very wet car and children who fondly remember it as "the worst day of their lives!" For me it's just a great memory we can add to our list of experiences we had in ...
... tea time laughing till our stomaches litteraly hurt from all the crossaints we just stuffed in our faces. Oh and I almost forgot the prank war that has started up ;)
Besides all the amazing times, I am falling in love with the people. The people on my trip with me, the people working for AE, my teachers, my CLC; God has really been blessing this trip with so many relationships. Every morning at breakfast I am just stunned by looking around ...
... tend to think the Kingdom of God is a place we go to once we die, and how instead we look to the church. But, Jesus only actually mentioned the church 3 times while he was on Earth, and he mentioned the Kingdom of God a whopping 3,000 times. Its just crazy, that I had never even contemplated that before. Obviously I am not the expert on the Kingdom of God and I wish I could just copy and paste Reg's sermon in here, but what I got from it was that the Kingdom of God should ...
... drive up and down some interesting hills, some rocky, some sandy. Then we get to the water-mud hole. What does one have to do? Check the depth. No one volunteered so off I went, in the water with Noel and a stick. Luckily the water wasn't higher than the knees so all was well. In water we were much better off as we can actually go in pretty deep as the Defender has a snorkel. The new Landys shouldn't go through much deeper than half ...