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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Izulu Ballito
Our stay was fine, but after we left and Nick was still there, he had some serious problems with the management. They basically accused him of overflowing his bathtub on purpose and ruining a printer in the office downstairs. It was all a lie made up to get him in trouble, and to try to extort money out of him. I would NEVER stay here again.
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