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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! …
This morning I felt stressed for the first time, Im not sure why, maybe because there were quite a few volunteers as there were 4 people from England who were travelling and wanted to join us for the day. Anyway, Jac, Naomi and I drove to Laimontville school for brain gym, an older couple from England came in my class, I taught another grade R class about turtle’s, we sang songs and did craft, it was so much fun. Again we left the ...
After nearly 14 hours of BazBus, arrived in Durban. Now I stopped to update blog, FB and of course, buy one pair of sport shoes that I didn't have until now, to prepare myself for "recover the fit" in Dublin .... lol
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... and I were part of the "outreach" group and I'm excited to be part of a lot of great new ideas and projects but for now, I yawn for the 10th time in the last minute, with my Sunday lesson coloured and cut and ready for tomorrow as Sonya and I kick start a week at Clermont of activities to celebrate the new hall. No time to rest. So with a little time to blog done, I need a little time to sleep before another big day day awaits.......YAWN!
... out with our guide, John. We get down the road and the back of our seat breaks. The welding does not hold and we’re about to drop back on the people behind us. Poor John, who looks like a high school kid who does this job during the summer, is unsure of what to do. He finally calls in for a replacement jeep. When the jeep finally comes, the people behind us get in the jeep first, which totally aggravates the British woman ...