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the drive to Phe Zulu Cultural Village, one guy mused. “ What
really strikes me is the poverty, and yet everybody seemed neat and
clean; especially the school children.”
lunch was followed by a visit to the reptile park. Not being amused
by snakes and crocodiles, I took some pictures and walked along the
crocodile pens quickly. Ninety five-year -old Ramses and his wife
Cleopatra basked in the afternoon sun. His huge mouth was open ...
... 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 ...
... has several stores that specialize in selling aromatic Indian spices. Descriptive names for several varieties of red chill powder invoked the most maligned familial category on the planet, the mother-in-law. Among them were : Arson Fire - Mother-in-Law Exterminator and Mother-in-Law Curry Mix (Hot)!
For lunch, we were in the quest of that uniquely Durban specialty - Bunny Chow, and asked at an Indian run shop for a recommendation. We were ...
... put up bike racks in Mavis' garage - for Roy not for her, and so Jill and I popped in to see Noel and Cheryl. On discovering that they had agreed to help some-one cut out all these giant cardboard animals for a function and these were needed for Thursday, Jill and I immediately offered to come back after lunch and help Cheryl as Noel obviously couldnt seeing as he was just out of hospital. ...
... from my life, carelessly and prematurely, like one half of a troubled relationship who didn’t have the imagination to see a compromise. It took me ten years to make peace with my new living arrangements and I wouldn’t trade what I have in Britain for the entire Indian Ocean but Durban and I need closure.
First of all, a roadtrip across the desert ...