Elephant Coast Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... unfolding on this very ground. The famous little hamlet to where people come from all over the world to hear the heroic stories has had almost no change with the passing of time, some of the original buildings still stand and when there are no tours taking place it has a stillness that invades your spirt in a strangely calming way.
But today it was invading me in a different way. While the bikes were being distributed the entire student body of ...
... Afrique had been rated very high. They only have vacancy for eight rooms and is always full. The accommodations were excellent as well as the staff that greeted us.
Today we will tour the wetland park, this too is David's first, so we both have much to discuss. According to the map there are several visiting points, where you can view the area, getting off the car is at your own ...
... a variety of animals in the distance. We drove closer and observed four white rhinos that were busy grazing. Behind the rhinos were a few warthogs, also busy grazing as they slowly walked along. On a nearby hill there was a trio of ostriches.
The area we drove through this afternoon was a relatively flat part of the reserve. The scenery seemed so dry here. On an open plain wildebeests and zebras were eating grass and a herd of impalas crossed the track ...
... to make for Durban beachfront, brunch, walk along the waterfront promenade, a slow day before dinner at Ile Maurice.
8:45 and Shirley has decorated the place (thanks Pen) candles lit, gifts galore (where will I pack these?). Shirley enters with cake and Moet. It’s never too early…
10:00 and we head into town, making for Durban beach, find a car park, go for a walk, take in the Rainbow Nation at play. Surfing, skating, running, cycling, dancing, singing. ...
... in position so it interlocked with the previously laid ones to for a dry stone wall tight and strong with no mortar required. Like all masters he made it appear really simple and I was struck again by just how much skill many of these Zulu men have not only in being able to do the actual work but in their attitude to approaching the tasks at hand. it was fun to work alongside them for a short time and amidst their laughter at me trying to learn and pronounce some simple Zulu phrases.