The Neuk Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of God and a wry smiles comes across her face as she recalls many of the things she has learnt about Jesus and looks forward to regarding the coming Kingdom of God.
Nomvula is a simple Zulu woman with simple tastes, but is rich in grace with a powerful
yearning to be with her Lord. It was such a beautiful experience and pleasure
to spend the morning with her and Barry and listen to her “good confession” ……
... Everything is all about the rhythm. And the beat goes on.With
or without the alcohol and or a mask, this is the time and place to
let loose and do it. It was a lively and harmonious experience where
one can throw oneself into the moment and join the African party
the Zulu dancing was very impressive with the dancers in their
traditional garb, showing off their skills with grace, agility and
humour. They put on a fabulous show and it was truly unforgettable.
... with me, but once we are out of the city and the morning rush hour traffic eases up, we both relax and start to enjoy the journey. Within the next 30 minutes we have already made 2 coffee/toilets stops, ok, this journey is gonna take a while! A problem with our sat-nav means we have to revert to a good old fashioned map as we drive into the unknown. The route is fairly simply and the roads are good. The drive provides a host of new visual and cultural ...
... a local Bunny Chow joint and were not disappointed. A hollowed out loaf (or half or quarter loaf) of bread filled with a spicy Indian curry is to Durban what Chocolate is to Belgium. You just cannot leave without trying it.
Later we headed to the much recommended KwaMuhle Museum which some guide books say is an absolute 'must-see' and were disappointed to find that it was closed for pest control. With threat of imminent rain, we decided that ...
... and I can’t say that there is a strong Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner time. I certainly ate when I was hungry which was often just twice a day and this Lunch / Dinner at 4pm became pretty common. The Butchery that we stopped at was basically a lair for meat and after a bit of research, it was pretty similar to a South African braai (the equivalent of a US barbecue). A variety of sausages (beurewors), thin steaks, and chicken were all cooked over an enormous open flame and presented ...