Vintage Hotel

32 / 34 Second Avenue, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa | Hotel
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Durban

The Drum of Zulu Thunder

A travel blog entry by mullos on Dec 17, 2012

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... the tourist is guided by a number of the community members and a mobile application which they access along the way, which asks relevant questions associated with the local area and South Africa as a whole. The idea is to bring nmentally sensitive tourism to these communities that have basically never met a tourist before, with their involvement, so that they benefit financially and socially. Socially, Kesh has started to conduct workshops, concerts and skills programs to ...

The revolving restaurant

A travel blog entry by philandkylie on Nov 12, 2012

6 photos

... 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 on Oct 09, 2012

1 photo

... card included a short note from Nqobile herself telling a little bit about her life. But, more on that later.

The flight to Durban took us up over the Eastern Cape with its seemingly unlimited farm lands, lakes and rugged mountains. The South African Airline Canadair RJ 200 with me in seat 6A and Sharon in 6B (perhaps more information than you really need) passed over historic ...

There's no place like home!

A travel blog entry by clare_mills on May 08, 2012

1 comment, 122 photos

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As I said at the start of this page, I love Korea and I love the lifestyle. I love my students, the amazing people and animals I have met and the many opportunities Korea has given me. This year I am focused on learning the language (I am having lessons from a teacher at school) as well as doing more and seeing more of Korea. However, of all the things I have learnt from living here, I think the most important thing it has taught me is that there really is no place like ...

Still so proud to be Canadian

A travel blog entry by maia on Nov 29, 2011

2 comments

... country of the year award" for the past 4 years running, and the Canadian government continues to block progress here in Durban. They have already won three Fossil of the Day Awards in the first two days. We keep thinking that they can't get any worse, and then they do. It is so easy to be disappointed. It is justified to be angry. It is normal to feel sad and scared at the same time and it is necessary to put pressure on the government and let ...