Africa Regent Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Early rise for a good plunger coffee before our pre-breakfast walking safari, just us four. Loads of queleas the size of fantails flit about in groups, often red-headed, although the females are brown with variegated wings.
We walked quietly past the small pool and down to the perimeter fence, so once into the open veldt Simon gave us the rules – stay together and stay behind him, he has the gun! - but he says only the white rhino are dangerous ...
... low in the direction of Van Reenen. We left Harrismith and rode straight into the rain and it got worse getting closer to Van Reenens Pass. Going down the pass was cary with heavy rain, wet roads, trucks and thick fog to ride through. Not mentioning the irresponsible motorists speeding up to the bike's backside, flashing you to moveover.
The bottom of the pass brought some dry weather again and we were very happy to be able to see around us again. Next stop was Mooi River ...
... some traditional dancing by the girls that Laura and I got dragged up to join in with! And before we left we were served a traditional Zulu meal of corn pellets (sorta thing; not really sure) and then stewed tomatoes, butternut squash, spinach and cabbage all separate and really tasty. We ate with out hands which was a bit worrying, but what was more annoying in doing this was that the food was too hot.
We left with a full belly, good knowledge of the ...
When we were in Perth we heard a few people describing Perth as 'the Durban of Australia,' not just because the city is full of South Africans but because of the laid back beach lifestyle, obsession with surfing and the overall feel of the city.
We really could see what they meant on visiting Durban as quite a few things reminded us of the beaches around Perth. Although I'm afraid to say that the Perth ones were significantly ...
... empty stands only punctuated by the putt-putt of the lawnmowers and the trickle of the sprinklers deployed to tend its steadily declining shine, I am somewhat distracted by another mission of wrongness. My newest diversion takes place just across the road from the great monolith of waste that is Moses Mabhida Stadium. I refer in fact to a daily event that draws me to the unholy breast of an equally blood-sucking institution: Mr Branson’s House ...