Three Cities Riverside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThree Cities Riverside Hotel Durban
The hotel is about 3 star and has seen better days.
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... short sleeved” white linen shirt with a pair of casual slip on brown scuffed and unpolished shoes which I had felt completely comfortable in, until suddenly I was confronted with “Pastor Thomas” ……
Neat, Sheik, Aplomb do not adequately describe Thomas. From the top of his neatly shaved and oiled head to the tip of his shiny polished shoes, Thomas was there to impress ….. and impress he did. His perfectly ...
... with a thatched roof with lofts up in the thatch. The view from the terrace is amazing right down to the dam. As I type this I am sitting watching the sun set with a glass of wine in my hand. Our bed is all made up and I think we sleep very well under out thatched roof. I can't believe how lucky we have been to have this experience. It is something we never would have experienced without the generosity of Alan and ...
... I elected to go along the South African coast and spend some time making my way to Cape Town. I elected to go with Baz Bus since I didn't know exactly where I wanted to go along the way and many of the bus stations are not the safest and require taking a taxi, whereas the Baz Bus will drop you off the hostel. Therefore I will be spending 14 days, making my way from Durban to Cape Town. However, nothing could be ...
... actually 2am Thursday morning in Australia and the boys haven't been in a bed since Monday night!!poor little men :(
As we speak Glenn is tasting his first of South African water. Yet again, something we have no idea about!? He says it tastes nice but I'm still a bit nervous.
Anyway it's best I get my emotional self off to bed for some serious rest so I can see clearer in the morning ...
... through Kibera to the school, accompanied by two security guards with AK47s ... The last time I was there, Robert and I just walked through the slum each time and it had such a wonderful feeling - almost village-like. But this time that wasn't possible and we could only enter the slum under these conditions. I found it very difficult to be separated from the community in that way and to drive through protected by guns. Very unpleasant. But as soon as we got to ...