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Travel Blogs from Durban
What am amazing day! First we went to a little per-primary on the way to our rural schools. The kids were very cute and wanted to pose for photos. Love the race track! After this we arrived at a very poor school grade 1-9. These kids have nothing but an incredible amount of hope! I videoed a talk that the teacher was giving his students. It was very inspiring. The teachers sang for us. Man these guys can sing! Pictures probably tell the story better than any ...
... was crazy busy in the evenings and weekends with lots of families bringing their kids there to ride bikes and skateboards. We had a nice lunch at an outdoor cafe looking out at the waves crashing on the beach. We looked at the sand sculptures and walked out to the end of the pier the surfers used to dive into the sea. Since the forecast for the day had been for rain, we were extremely happy it was beautifully sunny ...
... to find ourselves in some quite spectacular scenery, passing towns such as Ugie and Lady Frere. We have added a few images of our trip to Durban so you can see for yourself.
We arrived in Durban to a torrential downpour which did not let up for 4 days – finally clearing for a spectacular Saturday. We did not let the inclement weather get us down too much and explored the cafés, bars and aquarium's that the great city ...
... time literally bus loads of people flock to the beaches – from the sky it looks like taken over by a swarm of insects. We have all seen aerial photos of this kind of
thing. Every year there children that have become separated from their family mob and that family mob go home with out them. These kids become more street children, and the cycle of glue sniffers begins again. I have had some great and insightfull conversations with people who have tried to ...
... we had a great time jumping over and swimming beneath them as they rolled in. Relaxing in the sun, taking pictures of the life sized sand castles and daydreaming about what the beaches of Zanzibar would be like when we finally made it to them in October occupied our time. We ate ice cream and talked, letting the stress of the first 2 months in South Africa slip away between our smiles.
Later in the day, we decided to hit the mall, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking