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... of paolini (similar to fritz just bright pink!), chips, cordial and a fizzer. We fed 80 hungry kids and had plenty left and once we called them back for seconds they came running.
We had wedges and KFC chicken at Glen and Crissie's with Craig, Nicki and Hannah Blewett for lunch and had a good laugh. It's been so nice getting to know the locals and hear their interesting stories about South Africa.
It was Cell group at Ronnie and Yvette's in the evening, Cell ...
... off to see the elephants at Thanda Wildlife Park,the cheetahs and markets along the way! This was such good fun, lots of music (not african radio p.s), some getting lost and having to ask directions and making our little car Sparky turn into a 4wd. The elephants aware absolutely AMAZING, so beautiful and the most gentle and lovely creatures you will ever see. The size though....far out so huge! Our elephant interaction included being able to put ...
... at Umhlanga rocks at 12.15. James didn't even walk me in. Checked in, room 615. Not as close to the sea as was expected or that picture showed. A couple of blocks away. Room very hot, put air con on which of course went off as soon as I took my card out of the slot. Asked at desk re shopping. Walked along street and found lovely Art Africa shop and bough some lovely goodies. Wandered around. Went to beach. Lovely lighthouse, Andrew would love it. Sand sculptures here ...
The Aussies mentioned they might come back to Durban to visit but life gets so busy here things change daily so i wasn’t sure it would happen. So naturally I was very excited when it was confirmed they were coming back.
Jono and Claire were heading on a holiday together so the other 3 (Karis, Jared & Sarah) decide to come and join us for a week. I was doubly excited cause it meant I had company on the lead up ...
... and move on than really experience them. One of the experiences that everyone says you must have in South Africa is going out into the Townships. It is an interesting thing, to perceive the areas outside of town in which black South Africans, Indians, and anyone else who wasn’t white were relocated during apartheid as a tourist stop, something that needs to be experienced.
Now, I don’t deny that I wanted to experience the townships. I have seen them so much ...