Vintage Hotel

32 / 34 Second Avenue, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | Hotel
Prices starting from $59.00

Travel Blogs from Durban

The Drum of Zulu Thunder

A travel blog entry by mullos


... now just thinking about it, because in Mozambique where I sit now writing this, the food has been for the most part, prety bland and unvaried, except for the occasional Barracuda fillet (with chips, as usual). Our first mission was to set up our tents in the middle of Groutville, a township about half an hour from Kesh's place. When we arrived, we were greeted by PB, a true Rastafarian sporting a woolen beanie with the South African colours - yellow, red, green and black. PB ...

The revolving restaurant

A travel blog entry by philandkylie


... ridden, Kylie got bitten 4 times on one foot. We decided to make the best of it, things could only get better! That night we booked a table at Rome Revolving Restuarant at 6pm so we could see the sunset. The views were awesome, you could see the harbour, golden mile beach, Durban city and out to sea. It was very posh and I had to taste Kylies wine for her, instructed by the waiters, to ensure it was adequate before he would pour Kylie's glass. By ...

Cape Town to Durban

A travel blog entry by proe2


... former British fort and important railroad hub in the 1800s, and then we turned slightly northeast cruising just south of the tiny land-locked country of Lesotho, before making a slow decent into the southeastern section of Kwa-Zulu Natal. The landing approach took us out over the Indian Ocean before touching down at 11:15 am at King Shaka International Airport in Durban. Good weather all the ...


A travel blog entry by binni

... It was beautiful. The sand and water looked lovely, it was almost sunset, and still above thirty degrees and the boulevard, which was not unlike Cronulla in that it seemed to stretch forever and was lined by restaurants, cafes and highrises and was full of tourists, joggers, couples, and surfers. Though I must say spotted a couple of human drawn rickshaws! Durban is the city with the most Indians in South ...

Ode to Mozza

A travel blog entry by farnie10


I knew it would be happening sooner or later, but now that I was back in Durban it was time to hand Mozza back to Hoopers. I would have loved to keep him and visit every African country, but I had a tour starting in Ethiopia that I had to catch.

I can't say that handing the keys back was easy. In the end we'd travelled about 24,200km together. He'd been frozen, baked, bogged (my fault) and yet never let me ...


This hotel, located on 32 / 34 Second Avenue, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Nambiti Game Conservancy, and The Spa on Fairway.
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