UMhlanga Sands Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of UMhlanga Sands Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews UMhlanga Sands Resort Umhlanga Rocks
Travel Blogs from Umhlanga Rocks
... here is done, we still are going through this journey together because now one else will understand what this experience does to you and how it changes you and how it feels when it comes to an end. We have made a lifelong friendship that can't be broken because of this experience. In the whole 2 years we never managed to find time to go on a holiday together and yet I don't feel I missed out. We had so many amazing experiences in this country. We have seen so many sights ...
... at the hall in the sun. Later we had computer lessons with the kids at Clermont, about 10 showed up and we taught them how to use Paint.
In the night, we had CEL Group which is Westville bible class, every fortnight they have it in a home with a small group. We turned up to what I thought must of been a famous persons home, I have never been in a home like it. It looked like a castle, it was majestic. They had Beethoven playing ...
... ending on the 4:09pm. when the midwives arrived I was told i was 9cm dilated, so we looked into what the biblical symbology for the number 9 is and it turns out it means "finality" and "completion" if that doesnt sum up this perfect child and the perfect end to a perfect pregnancy and an amazing 9 months i dont know what does!!
Now i have the beautiful journey ahead of getting to know this new little man in my life and watch him grow and be part of my little family.
... we all went to the Sabiya Casino for the buffet and a small flutter on the pokies. New Years Eve SA style, we got the boys some fire crackers but our show was nothing compared to the kids next door, holy smokes they made Southbank look like a backyard display. The youngest boy ran into the house with a live firework and all the woman ran out, the dad chucked it out in time. ...
... doctors out here and we have guests to dinner. I can see a life of tennis, gin and evening swims in the tidal pool yards from my home. That is when I not on call.
An electric storm is brewing and a massive clap of lighting has just hit the sea causing Cat to scream. From our balcony, with its bright red flickering hurricane lamps one can watch the rain hit the hillside in sheets drowning out the cry of the sea.
R Spackman 15th October 2012 Ballito