Wild Coast Sun Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
Photos of Wild Coast Sun Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Wild Coast Sun Hotel Port Edward
Travel Blogs from Port Edward
... have been built. Progress marches on I guess. There are a lot more new cars on the road, and in so many of the townships we've passed through the metal and wood shacks have been replaced with proper houses that have running water, indoor plumbing and electricity. Now that's a real step forward.
But the cities and towns are the same, hectic! Especially on the weekends. People everywhere, some kind of rally or party or event going on every block where they've got ...
... in German, yell bungy, then you just spread your arms, bend your knees, and dive like you're diving into a swimming pool. 636 feet, 213 meters. It was so smooth and peaceful, no hard jerk at all. I didn't even feel when I reached the bottom of the cord and it bounced me back up. It gives you a pretty good swing, then you can see, jungle, ocean, river, gorge. It was awesome. But once it stops bouncing, a guy attached to a winch is lowered to sit you upright and bring you ...
... craft or excercise with them while teaching concepts like colours, shapes and using their motor skills.
Thursday - Is usually my morning off but I will be trying to get to Margate on some Thursday’s or I join the “oldies” bibleclass that yvette runs or in this weeks case I enjoyed my baby shower!
Thursday afternoon Sonya and I run a Sunday School program in clermont at a school called Christianeburg. We work with Meal ...
... three hours south to the South Coast. We crossed the border of Kwa-Zulu Natal into the Eastern Cape Province, where Nelson Mandela was born and raised. Just over the border, we disembarked at a casino where we met with a guide who took us for a hike along the beach. The South Coast is filled with fossils left over from the last ice age. Similar fossils were found along portions of coastline in India and Australia and were some of the first pieces of ...
... each other since!
In spite of the long hiatus, they both took time out of their busy lives to take me on a camping trip through the Blyde River Canyon area (fabulous hikes with views of multiple waterfalls/cascades in the canyon valley and throughout the area); to Kruger National Park where we had many sightings of all of the animals we saw in Etosha Park at even closer range and in larger groups (especially zebras and water buffalo - I didn't ...