African Peninsula Guest House
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It was time to say goodbye to Empangeni and travel to Durban airport. We visited Crocodile Creek on the way. A tourist place at the end of a very rough road. The guide was very informative about the life and habits of the Nile crocodiles. Photos to follow.
Jeanet and I relaxed at the airport for a while before my flight left for Johannesburg. A few hours at the airport there and then an 11hour flight to arrive in Amsterdam mid morning, the following ...
... with the San people over hunting grounds, private ownership of lands and cattle, wow, the English really did **** off a lot of people! We depart from the caves and make our way back to the lodge via the river walk, surrounded by the scent of wild flowers. The mountains have so much to offer, there are day walks and longer walks with overnight camping in caves, unfortunately our time here is limited. We head out for our final hike of the day, to make sure we are back ...
... have been incredible. I have really begun to interact with South Africans, asking for directions and just talking to them. They truly are a wonderful group of people. I cannot wait for what the rest of this semester has to offer. Tomorrow is a day filled with cultural emersion as we are taking a three hour trip to a Zulu Reed Ceremony, and then returning to Durban for a rugby game. I'm quite certain I will have a lot to write about after tomorrow.
... day more children meant more help on the farm and therefore a better chance at being wealthy. But in today’s world with farming not being as predominate in the villages and more and more people are going to town to work, that theory doesn’t hold as much weight.
While at the river we meet the chief’s first wife who was on her way to collect firewood and found out through talking with her that the chief was also not in the village today. ...
... married couple had a room to themselves, and I was to crash in a room that had three bunk beds in there. Definitely different from the B&B I was staying in.
Once settled in our spots, I popped out to the patio and found an empty seat at the table. I introduced myself to a pair of French college students and a trio of Zulu women who were all drinking Heineken. I was passed a beer and jumped in to the conversation, unfortunately filling that stereotype of the loud and ...