African Peninsula Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
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... just to survive. This is just one of the poorer area’s where we visit and take food and offer
the hope of the coming Kingdom of God.
Happy’s is another. Happy’s is a physically handicapped school where many children live and are cared for. “Care” is probably not the right word ….. ‘Exist” is probably more appropriate. And it’s not because the people or teachers don’t care ...
... is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry, that originated in the Durban Indian community. Bunny chows are popular amongst Indians, as well as other ethnic groups in the Durban area. Bunny chows are commonly filled with curries made using traditional recipes from Durban: mutton or lamb, chicken, bean and chips with curry gravy are popular fillings now, although the original bunny chow was vegetarian.
... F. Gardiner in 1835 because he thought the silhouette of the peaks and escarpment against the sky resembled the profile of a sleeping giant, hmmm, I don't see it but, ok! The park ranges from 1300m to 3280m in altitude. The peak is known in Zulu as 'Bhulihawa' (place of the shield thrashers) so named because it is believed thunder is born here! The purpose of our visit, other than seeing mountains Gandalf, was to see San Rock Art, otherwise called Bushman cave ...
... area seemed a little run down compared to how we remembered it but the seaside promenade appears to be a as popular with today as it was then.
Before the drizzle turned to rain, we high-tailed it to the closest transfer point and jumped on the scenic Beach Line that runs north-south along the coast. We took the northbound bus and it terminates at Moses Mabhida Stadium, one of the host stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Topped by a ...
... explore the room and the variety of things around the small space. There were jars full of the variety of herbs and wood pieces that we saw at the market earlier in the day, buckets full of water infused with the wood, likely to be used in various ways, and of course the recently expired chicken that was used for the connection to the college girls’ ancestors. Afterward she talked a little bit about the experience and was fairly vague about it. I took it that she didn’t ...