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love-sickness or jealousy
tears and desire
loneliness and disappointment
spirit of wisdom and playfulness
, our next stop was at Hillbilly Cafe for a South African lunch. We
indulged in some South African hospitality, and some “bunny chow”
washed down with the local ...
... night, slept in our camper at a hostel called Fairy Knowe, lovely owner and beautiful surroundings! Went down to the lagoon on my birthday morning, Gareth got me a cool new cd called 'The Great South African Trip' the front cover happens to have a yellow camper van on it just like ours! After a lot of driving, a couple of breakdowns and bump starts later we made it back a day late but still with enough time to enjoy ...
... some of the oldest Indian shops and businesses and they sell everything from clothes, shoes, leather goods, jewelry and electrical appliances. Also on Grey Street is Juma Mosque, said to be the biggest mosque in the southern hemisphere.
Across the sheet we wandered into Victoria Street Market which is packed with traditional Indian crafts, curios and knick-knacks. The lower floor was festooned with colorful garlands and incense was in the air. ...
... external lift -but it only opened at 9 so we decided not to wait. We had breakfast at the beach- at a pavement cafe. There are lovely wide walkways along the beach now. Unfortunately when Givas heard Jill advise me to not take a bag, he was too frightened to come with and so stayed at the house. We did the rounds of some shops and then ducked to the Essenwood market in Musgrave. It is now huge but has less handmade craft. We ...
... do a few other jobs,
then hiking out to Sues place about an hour away to take Savannah to
her babysitters – at which time I was informed there was a dinner
reservation for 9 I had to consider!!! What a beautiful way to spend
our last evening in Durban , the revolving restaurant – eish she
was broke – when we were first seated by the window facing the