UMhlanga Sands Resort

Address: 44 Lagoon Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, KwaZulu-Natal, 4320, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 44 Lagoon Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, is near Tembe Elephant National Park and Natal Shark Board.
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    Travel Blogs from Umhlanga Rocks


    A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Nov 25, 2014

    1 comment

    ... pack even though as I type this we are winding up the township roads of Clermont on our way to a child safety seminar being run by a fellow volunteer and I am in charge of morning tea and Glenn the final talk (never a dull moment in Africa) (Thursday Night) - The fact that I didn't manage to even finish the last entry is a sign of how busy I am. It's just hectic! We spent our first night back in the Westville volunteer accommodation last night. It's weird to be back. Ollie said ...


    A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Sep 30, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... lifelong friends. We've done it all together for the last 2 years. We've had highs and we've had lows. We have built each other other up when we've thought we couldn't do it anymore. We've had play dates and sleep overs. We appreciated it when they came to margate to see what we did there and praised us for the work we were doing when we weren't sure what we were doing, We have enjoyed so many meals together, from breakfast and lunch to dinner, in each other's homes and out. ...

    Zimbabwe get ready for us

    A travel blog entry by rhiandgeorge on Aug 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... full in their mouths to feed a bull elephant, touching their ears, nose, skin and all and just in all having the most amazing experience with them. (For the record, these elephants are alive only for their handlers - their herd has been culled...) but yep George did shed a few tears but was very proud of herself for staying so composed at the site of her favourite animal...! We had one stop off on the way home to Matubatuba, where we found we ...


    A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Apr 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to. Sonya and I have decided to take our cooking class to the next level and start an official cooking course that will result in a certificate to show the attendees have a knowledge of cooking and the skills necessary to hopefully find them a job, (As many people want their Domestic workers to know how to prepare a meal.) When we mentioned this to the ladies today they were so excited, yet again a simple idea can make a huge impact in someones ...

    Melville, Glenhills and the Luthuli museum

    A travel blog entry by katyn19 on May 17, 2013

    16 photos

    ... smiles all around but a strong feeling of sadness still pervaded. The poverty at Melville was clear to see, and I wish we could do more to help financially. Then we were off to Glenhills, the school we will be running our Soccer-Literacy workshop in next week. We were again greeted gloriously by colourful banners and staff garbed in traditional Indian and African dress, who gave us roses as we passed by. Formal ceremony in South Africa is very important, even if OTT to us. We sat ...