The Inchanga Hotel

Address: 63 Inchanga Drive, 3670 Inchanga, Inchanga, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 63 Inchanga Drive, 3670 Inchanga, Inchanga.
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Travel Blogs from Inchanga

Farewell is Never Goodbye

A travel blog entry by hartherapy on Mar 21, 2015

10 comments, 5 photos

... my language group and read a small "Thank You" speech in English. Some of my colleagues read speeches or recited songs in their target languages (IsiZulu, IsiSwati, or Sepedi). There were South African dance groups and even a flash mob our group coordinated! Our families even dressed us in traditional Indebele clothing for the party. What could be better than this??? 💃🎉🎉🎈 ...

It's time to leave this incredible country..

A travel blog entry by jemmainafrica on Nov 16, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... Today was more painting, the undercoat yesterday was not very exciting, but today, it was lime green walls and bright blue soft board. We had help from 4 Zulu guys who earn $10 a day. The room is really coming together and looking fantastic! I picked up Crissie to go grocery shopping for the Meal a Day orphans. We buy in bulk, veggies, meat, eggs, rice, maze, beans, milk, soup sachets, cordial, tea, coffee etc, all for under $100 and it lasts them ...

Visiting the poor and needy...

A travel blog entry by jemmainafrica on Sep 18, 2014

14 photos

... night while the boys went camping for Ollie's birthday. We had pedicure's by Lindsay, the loveliest girl from Westville meeting, had thai takeaway and cups of tea with Aussie chocolate. The time had come to say goodbye to my nearest and dearest Jac. It was a sad moment, but knowing we would see each other in a couple of months and she would know the places I talk about, the people and the feeling of being here, that will be ...

We made it to Durban after 24 hours of travelling!

A travel blog entry by jemmainafrica on Sep 01, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... and all sooo adorable!! I instantly fell in love. We were hugged and welcomed into the classroom by 40 smiley kids who were just so happy to see us. Crissie started the class with a song and a lesson on Turtle’s and then we helped the kids with making a paper plate turtle, they were so cute and smile constantly. I did have to put in a hard word every now and then as they snatched things off each other :) we ...


A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 06, 2014

... mall in the Southern Hemisphere (a tractor beam dragged Alice to Zara) and hired a bike to cycle from the Moses Mabida stadium to the beach esplanade. The city really doesn't feel African at all. Although the centre is pretty chaotic with plenty of suicidal taxis and street vendors, the periphery is incredibly well developed. The Durban beach front is a huge tourist destination in the summer, and all of the facilities are there to cater for it. Still, ...