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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnchor'S Rest Umhlanga Rocks
3 nights. Very reasonably priced and friendly hosting from owners and staff. Excellent location in umhlanga. Highly recommended.
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We have made it to Durban! The drive was predictably eventful. The N2 in the trans kei is renowned for being a crazy road, but it is the only link from East London to Durban. Testament to this is that the first 360km up to port shepston take about 6 hours and the last 140km to Umhlanga (just north of Durbs, where we are staying) just over an hour! …
... up us making them loom bands! We then spent a couple of hours painting the OT room, it was hot, we were hungry and thirsty, interrupted by intrigued kids at the door who loved to watch us paint, but we powered on and got the job done.
It was Naomi’s birthday, one of the volunteers from Scotland who is lovely and we have made great friends already, we all went out for lunch to Olive & Oil, sat in the sun and ate baguettes and pizza ...
... I knew I wanted him to be around for my 30th birthday – and when he said yes, I thought – Wow that was easy. Well this is also probably why we are together, because he is almost always game for a new challenge, and I was really glad he had said yes to this crazy proposition.
To this date I don’t think either of us was completely aware of what we were getting into. When the training started, and the mileage started increasing, Fred ...
Goodbye dear Sinfonia, Lady of the Sea. Today up early for a 6:00am breakfast and 7:20am disembarking. Up at 4:30am so that we don't miss a 7:20am call. o.O The ship must have pulled in the stabilizers to go faster ( my expert nautical opinion o.O) The ride was uneasy and fast, took more medication as a hypochondriacal precaution, and only slept for two hours. The next morning It was too early to eat breakfast but we have eaten to our hearts ...
... Coming back to Bulawayo was a different matter though, and I really noticed and appreciated the people and the place a lot more. A Zimbabwean asked us whether we were tourists when we were crossing the road, which was most definitely a valid question. Bulawayo is not a tourist destination by any means- it was once, but that has gone now. I did start to consider Zimbabwe more as a place to visit though- chatting to some of the Zimbabweans they ...