African Peninsula Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and you will be able to focus on what is import to you. Look at your friends. Are they really friends or just people you know. Do they add value to you life? If you were in dire straight who would you call on and how would they assist you. If you lost everything would they still be there for you or would you become the subject of the conversation in the local pub. Free yourself from negative people. Spend time with people who are smart, driven ...
... the company and laughs when we all headed out to Mugg and Bean for breakfast. We wrapped up brekky at about 11am only to head straight on to our next “Birthday Bash” for Glenn at Durban main beach at the DUC (Durban Underwater Club). We joined Eileen, Nick, Danyiel, Graham, Rick and Jackie for a great afternoon of lunch, beach and sunshine only to finally head home as the kids were exhausted.
All excited to embark on our trip to the Middle East.
Packed the kids in the car for a "dawnie" and left bright and early for the 6 hour drive to KZN. First stop the Grandparents to unbundle the kids for the week.
So its off to King Shaka International Airport to fly to Doha via Dubai.
Started off smooth enough at check-in but all went pear shaped at immigration. Jane's SA ...
... manifestation of TK’s hopes and aspirations to expose the true nature of SA townships to international and domestic visitors. He has also turned his home (previously his mothers who passed away) in his township into a backpackers (www.townshipvibebackpackers.com) to allow visitors to have the experience of living in a township. His backpackers just recently got into the latest edition of the Lonely Planet which is such a great opportunity for him and I ...
... cinema. In fact, that is about all you see of city life in the African cinema that makes it to the USA. Upon arriving in Durban, I was shocked that I have seen many films shot in Durban but I had never seen the downtown area. It has all been beach, bush, or township on screen. I digress. The townships are considered unsafe for tourists and realistically perhaps for any outsider unless you are in the company of someone from the township and in the absence of having a friend who could ...