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... F. Gardiner in 1835 because he thought the silhouette of the peaks and escarpment against the sky resembled the profile of a sleeping giant, hmmm, I don't see it but, ok! The park ranges from 1300m to 3280m in altitude. The peak is known in Zulu as 'Bhulihawa' (place of the shield thrashers) so named because it is believed thunder is born here! The purpose of our visit, other than seeing mountains Gandalf, was to see San Rock Art, otherwise called Bushman cave ...
... said our farewells. We were off by 8 in our rental car to drive the 250 kilometres to Port Elizabeth. With amazing bridges, we crossed several deep gorges, carved by rivers over the centuries. At the Port Elizabeth airport, the attendant worried about our luggage and zap strapped all the zippers together to foil thievery. We caught our reserved one hour flight to Durban and met Leslie in the arrivals area, a vibrant 90 year ...
... or Mandela beyond what the history books have generically prescribed as knowledge. Both the Mandela and Gandhi autobiographies are now being devoured on my Kindle, inspired by these visits. Mandela’s book is a beautiful recounting of his life and passionate experiences, much of it written while he was in prison, and completed after the events that ascended him to leadership of the country. Gandhi’s book was written in 1921, barely half way through his life. In ...
... many card games we played in Mbumbi, while sheltering from the rain, but surely quite a few.
Two nights later Geraldine and us went separate ways. We had to get to Durban while she was heading to Hogsback. As it would have been to long of a drive to Durban we decided to stop in Umzumbe. We thought it would be fun to drive the small roads instead of taking the N2 again. The small roads were in a terrible condition after all the rain but Toro did a great job. There were ...
... donning his cardigan sweater.
The quiet is broken by four Aussies, looking worse for wear. Fun group of guys who smell of cigarettes and day old beer.
Australia was torn apart by Germany earlier in Durban and the Aussies have been nursing their wounds with copious amounts of alcohol since.
The owners of the guest house join us and so begins settling in to my digs for the next five days.
I set out on a quick scouting mission of the local ...