Africa Regent Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Durban
... for an extra £1 – booked a private room for a bit of peace and quiet. The hostel itself was lovely, set on a hill, about 50m from the sea! Our little room, or shed more or less, was very quaint and cute, with 2 single beds (I have missed having my own bed) and something they seem to forget about in Oz and NZ – a mirror and some hooks. Luxury it would seem! The only down side really was that it was really quiet, but I think this might be expected as ...
... clever or original but I am rather proud of my efforts after some coaching courtesy of the crew at PHOTOGARAGE. Who knew that little old Durban would open up a whole new world of visual expression for a paintbrush-dodger like me.
... The fire boats/tugs, the pilot boat, and the number of sailboats and motorboats move with us. We look to the shore and the jetty to see huge numbers of people standing and waving at the ship. Their cameras strobe the water as they take picture after picture. The ship finally turns into the lane and begins to pick up speed as we head out of the harbor. The flotilla of boats sail or motor next to us, cheering, whistling, and blowing ...
Aili's conference starts today and she and Gisela (our traveling companion once again) are doomed to a day of PowerPoint so I searched for the 'accompanying persons’ tour. Failing to find them, I walked across the street to the beach and around a small mangrove outcropping then up the coast to the Sun Coast Casino. It was only 8:30 in the morning and was pretty dead. Looks like this place has ...
... gave them an idea. They had an insane Australian relative (yours truly) who was willing to take a used and untested car to the backblocks of Africa. This coincided with the launch of their Facebook page, so they offered to provided a brand new VW Amarok in place of the used vehicle. The Amarok was launched by VW to compete with the Toyota Hilux and cut it's teeth as a support vehicle on the Dakar Rally. Apparently the dozen support vehicles survived the world's toughest ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking