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Nestled in the heart of Curry’s Post, Thyme Out Accommodation is the epitome of a local hidden gem. A short distance away from the hustle and bustle of city life, this spacious villa offers a brief respite to those in pursuit of a quintessential Midlands getaway.   Located on the magnificent Weltevreden Estate, Thyme Out Accommodation offers guests panoramic views of the Karkloof, coupled with the peaceful seclusion of private farm life. When Nicky Cawood...

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Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! by Marriott Durban uMhlanga Ridge officially opened this month, making it the first Fire & Ice! by Marriott hotel in KwaZulu-Natal and the fourth in South Africa. A highly anticipated addition to the brand’s fast-growing portfolio, it joins Fire & Ice! by Marriott hotels in Melrose Arch (Johannesburg), Cape Town and Menlyn (Pretoria). A short drive from King Shaka International Airport, Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! by Marriott Durban uMhlanga Ridge is...

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The Karkloof Safari and Spa is only an hour and a half drive away, and is the perfect place to get away, — far enough to feel like a holiday, but close enough to allow for a night or two’s easy getaway. It’s an easy drive to Pietermaritzburg, followed by a short dirt-road trip to the main gate. From the second that you drive in,you see game walking around and the tone is set. At reception we signed...

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Sometimes even the shortest of breaks can give you exactly the right amount of time to recoup all that you need to get through another day, week or month with a little bit of a spring in your step. Don’t ever think that a night or two is a waste of time it really is not. Think local. Think where you could go that’s within an hour of where you live to just relax and...

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To not give a second look at the Tiffany-blue 1973 VW Kombi isn’t just rude, it’s unheard of! Ntombi (which means “girl”) is the name given to Ballito’s very own Kombi Keg by the three musketeers who have brought this Aussie franchise to our sandy shores. Maxi-Lee Machado, Gareth De Lange and Ryan Beaumont are all about providing a unique and memorable experience for their customers, no matter what the event. The concept of Kombi...