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... pretty much land on time, 10:15, and smooth flight - smooth all the way from Auckland in fact.
Greeted by John & Shirley, great excitement. Of course, not your usual arrival routine. I know accepted wisdom is to adopt local time and stay up...so off for a walk along the beach, then the delightful Lighthouse Bar, rooftop of the Oyster Box, a spectacular Art Deco Hotel (recently voted one of world's top 10 bars) for ice cold beer (and bubbles).
Overlooking the ...
This morning I found out I was pregnant. It was a planned surprise.
This started with me wanting another baby and with that the plans of going home next year. However somewhere in the last couple of months the plans to return next year took a very large turn and the possibility of us staying is now very likely, however now I am pregnant.
I'm still in a daze of disbelief. Disbelief that it worked, (it took a ...
... where the owner asked us if we'd like to try the Go Karts which of course after the reaction from the boys there was no saying 'no' so Glenn & Max versed Me and Ollie in a 10 lap race which Ollie and I won of course. It was awesome, the boys weren't old enough to go by themselves but with us in the seat with them they were able to take complete control of the Go Kart. After our race I took Huddy on a little 5 lap trip just for him and I.
Then it ...
... is no need to rely on your neighbours and community for anything.
Then it was off to explore TK’s township of Westrich, Newlands West. After parking the van we got out and wandered over the barber’s for a quick chat with them , then over to the tuck shop for a look and then next door to the neighbourhood daycare to meet the kids and the tireless lady who look after them while the parents are at work. TK then took us to his ...
... certainly known Gandhi, but my knowledge didn’t encompass the roots of his ideas in South Africa around the turn of the century. The fact that there is a newly named Mohandas Gandhi Ave. in town seemed more like respect to the large Indian population as opposed to recognizing his impact in the area.
We popped in the car and finally headed out of Durban. We had a variety of stops before finally settling in KwaMashu for the evening. As we moved away from downtown, ...