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

Day 20

A travel blog entry by cynthiaesta on Oct 21, 2015

... small amount of shade the small thorn tree provides. On we go until we reach Cape Vidal. What a wonderful beach this is. As it is mid week and the low season we only see two other people on the beach - apart from the Rangers/life savers/security men sitting in the shade of the casuarina trees. The wind is from the north east at probably force 8 on the Beaufort Scale. The wind is so strong the sand is blasted at your bare skin and stings like needles. The sea is very rough and the ...

Tears of Themebeka

A travel blog entry by the4thjourney on Aug 01, 2015

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... tears for Thembeka since that day. The father of her second child made contact and provided some minimal support for the baby, but this relationship only produced a third child, the current baby. She told me that instead of tears of happiness at this birth, that she only had more tears of sadness. Sadness because she realised that this only consigned her to more tears, more loneliness, more sadness. The little room her mother ...

Bye Durbs

A travel blog entry by lloyd.eton on Jun 10, 2015

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... SAA hostess, it was plain sailing most of the way. The Secret Life of Bees (Sue Monk Kid) is my only travel companion for now. Although to be honest if I read 20 pages it was a lot. Sleep took up the better half of my first flight. Joburg was cold. 6 degrees. I had a good chuckle when a guy behind me said, "Makes me miss home." I felt like it might be something I say often on this trip, despite being so out of touch with my ...

Xenophobia erupts in Durban

A travel blog entry by the4thjourney on Apr 10, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... King in name, and has no political power to enforce any of these idea’s.

Yesterday, we had to close the Bible Education Centre (BEC) because one of our two shop attendants is Congo and she was in fear for her life when the demonstration broke out in the centre of the Durban CBD, right where our BEC is located. Pierre, from Rwanda, who I wrote
about previously, was holed up in his eighth story shop in fear of what may happen if he was to go into ...


A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... sun. Afternoons as Nick and Eileen's are always fun, especially when "the group" get together. Not sure there is actually a "group" but there does seem to be some constancy in who all ends yo together each time and I love each and everyone one of them to bits. These girls have become such a huge part of my life here, they are work friends, confidants, friends that I can cry too and friends that make me laugh, friends that I can whinge to about ...