Fairmont Zimbali Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairmont Zimbali Lodge Ballito
Travel Blogs from Ballito
... to us and facing her bench she couldn’t stop telling us how grateful she was to have us in her lives. She had been told she has TB on the heart and was terrified she would die. I couldn’t understand what TB on the heart is and she couldn’t exactly explain it except for the fact the she has to take 4 tablets every day for the next 9 months, and she looks tired and weak. She is only young to so its hard to see. Sonya had bought ...
... in shorter and more grazers were there and they were more visible. He left at 2:30 and was back by 6:20 with a 45 minute drive on gravel roads each way. Dinner was a braai (BBQ) consisting of lamb, sausage and chicken as well as chicken livers and beef curry set at the poolside/patio where we had lunch. A full moon and starry sky made it magical. The Southern Cross, visible only in the Southern Hemisphere was also visible. ...
... After making ourselves a coffee, the owner Jaime, a 59 year old glamour puss, turned up and welcomed us. She recommend a walk along the boardwalk to the shops and restaurants, which is precisely what we did. After admiring the sand sculptures, we located The Galley bar/restaurant that Colin at Whalesong had recommended to us. We stopped for a drink, I had Guinness, and after reading the menu decided to return for evening dinner. We walked back loaded with ...
... areas later and we were at the museum, and former home, of the first Nobel prize winner, Albert Luthuli. We were privileged to be given a talk by Albertina Luthuli, daughter of Albert, who, to give some background, was the founder and leader of the African National Congress and instrumental in the fight against apartheid. Chief Luthuli lived in Stanger and advocated peaceful protest against suppression and segregation, adopting the philosophies of Mahatma Gandhi. He fought for ...
... gave them to the teacher to show the children as well as hard maple candies from Laura Secord. As we left at noon, they were given a hot meal. Mildred says that most children do not know who their father is. HIV is very prevalent in SA, up to 100% in some small communities. Not much of a future for their children, Some will go to secondary school, some will drop out and work in the fields. This part of SA is very agricultural. Very lush, very green. Beautiful. Drove off with ...