Zuider Zee Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 19 hours 23 minutes... This is so surreal, 3 years of planning and saving and it's finally here! I'm surprised the kids went to sleep so easily... Might've added too many Rescue Drops to their juice. Hahaha. Kidding. They honestly went to sleep when we asked. Cute kids! Now if only my brain would go to sleep... one more cider should do it ;) Goodnight everyone. Catch ya on the flip side! xoxo ...
... back of the Alan and Di's house. In the afternoon it was a quick trip to the Gateway mall for a SIM card for the phone. The carpark was enormous and we only looked at a tiny section today. Another trip is already planned to spend some more time (Regan is sooo looking forward to it). Currently I am sipping a very nice local wine after a lovely swim. Alan is cooking something delicious in the kitchen and Regan, Di and I are chatting around the table ...
We have arrived!!! It's sounds like I'm excited when I write it like that but as I sit in a "cottage" which I have no idea where I am, in a place I've never been in an area I don't know and with absolutely no way of contacting anybody (even my dad who is staying down the road) I am only filled with sad and lonely and "what have I gotten my family into" thoughts at this ...
... How wonderful to find people like this all around the world!
So here I am, in Durban once again. Ready for my next adventure. I spent today in the department of home affairs and now my visa is extended until May. Not that I really plan to stay that long, but then again... I am not really in the business of making plans these days... so who knows what is coming next! I'll keep you posted.
This morning we went to a local area where the estuary and sea are divided by a thin (few metres) bank of sand - really pretty. It was strange to hear the waves crashing and hippos grunting (LOUDLY) so close simultaneously.
Heading to Salt Rock (near Balito) we stopped at King Shaka museum - learnt more about zulu traditions and ways of life.
Salt Rock has sooo ...