Sica's Guest House

19 Owen Ave, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | 4 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Durban

Digging Durban

A travel blog entry by eddim

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... by this strange city and realized I was in no hurry to leave. I stayed at a great backpackers, the Happy Hippo (www.happy-hippy.co.za), which is a funky place set in a warehouse with rooms around the edges and large common spaces in the middle. The location is a bit odd as it in an industrial part of town near the port but it is also by Ushaka Marine World (a shopping area/aquarium/water park all rolled into one) and has close proximity to the beach ...

The Township Tour

A travel blog entry by dustinkaspar

3
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... and I can’t say that there is a strong Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner time. I certainly ate when I was hungry which was often just twice a day and this Lunch / Dinner at 4pm became pretty common. The Butchery that we stopped at was basically a lair for meat and after a bit of research, it was pretty similar to a South African braai (the equivalent of a US barbecue). A variety of sausages (beurewors), thin steaks, and chicken were all cooked over an enormous open flame and presented ...

Day 29 and 30 - Farewell Africa

A travel blog entry by scatterling

5
9

... embarrassed, and said she found it under her chair and thought that it was the airline one!! What a hoot.


When we got to the customs, we were not sure what to do about our purchases, but we just filled in the form honestly, and happily everything got through with the exception of some Cerelac cereal that the girls had bought in Zimbabwe. It didn't state the percentage of soya milk in it, ...

Do you know what a hand grenade is?

A travel blog entry by maclaren

... today my choice was limited as there was only one option available the VIP stadium tour (still less than 7 though). What I couldn’t do (and really want to) was scale the arch by foot on the 551 steps. I would have to return tomorrow to do this. The stadium has an arch like Wembley but in the shape of the white section of the national flag, it symbolises unity, however unlike Wembley you can scale it on foot or in the Sky Lift and take in the exceptional views of the ...

Durban

A travel blog entry by jenschottler

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... crossing the road ahead of you on foot. Often while carrying a heavy sack of rice on their head. Amazing. Potholes + foot traffic = no driving at night.
- there is a very strong police presence in Durban (and really in many of the cities we visited in SA). We heard that they hired hundreds of police for the World Cup and it shows.
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This 4 star inn, located on 19 Owen Ave, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Nambiti Game Conservancy, and The Spa on Fairway.
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