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Travel Blogs from Durban
... a 10 hour wait like originally planned.
Boarding the next flight early. And to my extreme delight the plane is half empty - I had the whole row to myself, gathered up pillows and lay down but now I can't sleep, typical! So I've read and watched 3 movies. And now with 32 mins to go we are getting ready to land.
England here I come.
... of speed humps designed to remove each cars undercarriage if you drive faster than 15kph over them. However, driving slow creates it own hazards as impatient Duran Taxi Bus drivers and cars take your slow progress as an opportunity to pass you during this process, particularly on a blind bend or if another smaller car is approaching you head on that the Taxi driver believes he can still squeeze between while crossing the speed hump at break neck speed. ...
... was needed amongst the chaos. On top of that was just the times she would hold moses' while he remained unsettled just to give me 5 minutes for a bath. Beyond that it was the little things that I'm not sure if she realises how huge they were for me. Bringing home cinnamon scrolls for afternoon tea making me feel like I wasn't locked down in solitary confinement. Making me cups of tea before I had to ask. Being there during the birth as only a big sister can be. Buying ...
... br> On
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 ...
... Need the nana cream, water which my host had besides bed ( yes both) and a regular toilet :(. I have been warned that the bars on my bedroom windows are good and 43 deadlocks on each door will keep us safe. Best of all the street has its own guard! I have also been warned that I will be woken by the neighbours Maids family ( who apparently have very loud voices and start ...