Madeline Grove Bed & Breakfast

Morningside, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B, located on Morningside, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Tembe Elephant National Park, Mitchell Park, and Natal Shark Board.
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Days out in Durban

A travel blog entry by wotters on Jun 27, 2013

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... it all even though we did try. After lunch the kids were brought in looking a bit shy and showed us the traditional dancing while the sister played the drums. That was a real treat and so much fun as we were asked to join in too!

The only awkward part was at the end of the visit when the sister laid out all her homemade bead work and the two girls stood expectantly waiting for us to buy something. The goods were all beautiful especially ...


A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Jun 21, 2013

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... I elected to go along the South African coast and spend some time making my way to Cape Town. I elected to go with Baz Bus since I didn't know exactly where I wanted to go along the way and many of the bus stations are not the safest and require taking a taxi, whereas the Baz Bus will drop you off the hostel. Therefore I will be spending 14 days, making my way from Durban to Cape Town. However, nothing could be ...

Till we see you again

A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Apr 10, 2013

... flight was enormous - it involved a train trip from one terminal to another... a hand full of people joined us running down empty corridors. And then suddenly we came to a locked door. On the other side the customs officials were just about finished packing up for the night - they did not enjoy our late entry to their little
kingdom. And they also did not do half a job. We were clearly in a rush and they ...

On with the path with heart!

A travel blog entry by maia on Oct 16, 2012


... part about my home is that it is always good to be home. I just adore my home and returning from any trip is always such a treat. And this time, going home felt more like a continuation of the trip than a proper return. I never settled back into normal routines.

The day after I returned I biked over to Saturna for a weekend of staff training. That was followed immediately by an intense but wonderful three-week residency at Royal Roads University with ...

A time to reflect

A travel blog entry by maia on Jan 31, 2012


... so where do these feelings of guilt come from? Have I put it on myself? And if so, why?" At that point I realized that I could choose to see my collection of amazing experiences as irresponsible or not.

It has been a lot of work to keep up with the coursework component of my Master's while I have been over here, but that leads me to the second thing that happened for me that week - which came from one of my course readings. It is best summarized by sharing ...

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