Suncoast Towers

20 Battery Beach Road, Durban, 4001, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 20 Battery Beach Road, Durban, 4001, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Nambiti Game Conservancy, and Natal Shark Board.
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    A travel blog entry by kayteroo on Dec 23, 2013

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    ... out!! We didn't feel threatened or anything but just felt like we were at the wrong beach!!

    So after a little walk we decided to head to the football stadium that was built for the world cup as we had heard there was a giant swing from the top that you could jump off....of course Anthony wanted to do it!!! Unfortunately as it was Christmas eve it closed early so he couldn't do it :(
    We took a little open top tram ride from ...

    Melville, Glenhills and the Luthuli museum

    A travel blog entry by katyn19 on May 17, 2013

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    ... they are sorely needed and were greatly appreciated, but I felt like an alien there. To me it was like Ric************ popping by to show me some pictures of his island, whilst flashing his Rolex in my face before ******* off on his plane into the sunset. This made me feel very down about the whole trip as we boarded the coach and travelled to Melville Primary school. Melville could not have been more different. Our coach arrived at the gates and we were greeted enthusiastically by ...

    Phinda - the reserve next door

    A travel blog entry by jarogalski on May 09, 2013

    ... found the lions and they were sleeping in some tall grass. There were two females and two young male lions. They thought they would soon begin walking to join the rest of their pride in a field not too far away. Sure enough, after a few minutes, the lions came out of the trees and started walking down the trail to the field. They say the large animals mostly walk on the trails because it's easier for their footing. We followed ...

    Diarrhoea Day ... Oh the joys ...

    A travel blog entry by danib1985 on Oct 06, 2012

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    ... dance and move to the beat in time!!! There was steel drum players and loads of different music things on the waterfront and Africans just have a little dance and I love it!!! Guna teach my school girls some African dance!!! So anyway, we left after a bit as the sun went in and my ass was a state and painful. They were saying in their Dutch accents, 'oh we want to help but we don't know how!' Bless them. I just wanted to sit on a toilet all day and drink ...

    Living in the Durban Bubble

    A travel blog entry by soulfood on Dec 27, 2011

    Durban bubble is a culture shock from traveling too. 4 months of one location carving the same pattern out of the street map, compared to the stimulus that is being a tourist; every day a change of scene, change of people, new weird things to goggle at and google later

    its all the little things of a city that make it unique

    like the collection of beggars that adorn each traffic light (robot) -my concept of begging has changed since living here. How ...