Elephant Coast Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... but feel very honored and a little emotional by this demonstration of Zulu culture when I realized that Mr and Mrs Zulu, the school principles, had arranged the whole thing just for us by way of thanks for the container of 300 bicycles. It was very humbling. Mr Zulu spoke of Zulu bravery and gave the Blaze and Peter an equal standing for being brave enough to cross the entire continent of Africa on their motorcycles. He also gave a little credit to ...
... 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 ...
... among the burnt bush. The track led us up into the hills. From here there was a great view of the surrounding hills. When looking down we saw a dazzle of zebras.
More hills grassy hills were now just burnt grass. We were now above most of the other hills in the reserve and there were no other vehicles in sight. Luckily we had not yet encountered any one else on this track – at times it would have been a bit squishy for more than one vehicle. The only sign ...
... 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. ...
... party of Warthog, that were busily feeding at the roadside, almost too close to photograph.
Whilst resting the whole town had a power cut, which put eating plans on hold. We headed in to the town and found the John Dory Grill open as they had their own generator. We ate and then got ready for the night drive.
We were picked up at 7pm and headed into the Western Shores of the iSimangaliso Reserve. The highlight of the night ...