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Travel Blogs from Umhlanga Rocks
... down the nutrition and my stomach settled with time.
4) Chaffing. I applied Vaseline everywhere and I still chaffed. If you have someone supporting you through the race, make sure they have Vaseline on them. I found a mini tub which I will definitely be carrying on me next time.
5) Having a support system. This race isn’t like an ironman where you have a special needs bag you can reach out to during the course. There is a company that you can ...
... women that the place was clean, well organised and the children, even though fast asleep, seemed content. When asked how they get 99 children all to sleep at the same time, one lady replied, “They just know, after lunch, they sleep” I still don’t know how to respond to that. I just know I want to help. Somehow. These people are amazing, they are doing the best they can in these circumstances and anyone, who does that deserves ...
... a delicacy in Zulu culture and
for years females were not permitted to eat it. The head is removed from the
cattle and sent to market where women hack at the skull to get certain cuts of
meat. The slices of head are then cooked in broth until they are tender and
then served with dumplings (steamed bread). I had the chance to try some and
its quite tasty, although you need to put your western conceptions of food
cleanliness at the door.
... of this place, despite the madness it was an amazing memory, however I thought breaking out camera's, Ipads, and cam corders in this sea of people and walking around might not have been the smartest thing to do. Rich forced his way through the traffic jam, got us onto the road out of town....and we said goodbye to Fray Hate.....which I didn't hate at all. (Rich did LOL). We continued through bad weather to Melmoth, and then Eshowe. Lots of rain and thick fog, ...
... interning for TK and his business Vibe Tours and the other was her boyfriend. They all knew each other so they set to explore what I was doing in South Africa. Throughout the evening, our discussions floated from travel desires to the importance of experiencing the world and how important it was that we were there in the township. South Africa under apartheid was so highly segregated and is still a considerable distance from truly being integrated. The US is still a ...