The Neuk Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... br> This was such a contrasting day. From the hustle and bustle of the Clermont Township shopping area and the Community Hall with the sounds of music and singing ringing in our ears as we left, suddenly we were in this still small quiet room of Pricilla's Jondolo (shanty) home quietly reading and pouring over Gods word. It had been more than six months since we had met with Pricialla and Busi and their excitement and interest in the word was obvious from ...
... peer down into the depths of Molweni gorge which cuts through the sandstone Kloof plateau.
On Monday we drove down to the coast. Richard and Jill live in Hillcrest, a pleasant suburb of Durban tucked away in the hills and a 20 minute drive from the city centre. We passed Durban's spectacular football stadium built for the 2010 World Cup and turned north to reach the stylish resort area known as Umhlanga. It was a lovely hot ...
... seen a familiar face in a while. They were keeping a good pace and were talking to me. It was a very one sided conversation because I was only listening. They mentioned how they always swore they would never do the race again but they always seemed to come back for more. One of them wanted to walk and he told me to keep running – “don’t stop – you are going to get Bronze, you look so strong, keep going!” That did keep me going.
... in the world -only 2%25 of the country has electricity It was like going back in time to the 1700s. I don't know what it was like in the 1700s but I imagine it would be like Lesotho. I enjoyed that some people were wearing smurf hats that made them look like uncle smurf and that I heard the "clicking language" which is a fun language. The guide also said that the bushmen had disappeared from that area as up until the 1980s it was ...
... offer for our souvenir shopping at the end of the trip) but it was to eat (of course!). We were after bunny chow, an Indian/African meal of curry served in a hollowed out loaf of bread. We ended up asking some friendly shop keepers where they would recommend we went and they gave us the directions and name of a local restaurant. The streets in the area around the market were so much like being back in India. They were crowded, covered in litter and outside ...