Zuider Zee Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
Today we went to the Suncoast Markets which is north of Durban city. The music was pumping from every taxi, people dancing in the taxi's, music getting played down at the beach on a massive stage, lots people on the beach and streets, more ice-cream sellers than you can think of and our hands never left our bags ...
... doctors out here and we have guests to dinner. I can see a life of tennis, gin and evening swims in the tidal pool yards from my home. That is when I not on call.
An electric storm is brewing and a massive clap of lighting has just hit the sea causing Cat to scream. From our balcony, with its bright red flickering hurricane lamps one can watch the rain hit the hillside in sheets drowning out the cry of the sea.
R Spackman 15th October 2012 Ballito
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 ...
... other backpackers (a Brummy, a Georgie and an American vegan hippy), I spent the next day visiting the aerial boardwalk at Dlinza forest and the Zululand history museum.
The boardwalk was really cool - taking you high up through the forest for 100m and then up to a viewing platform where you could see over the forest canopy.
And the museum also turned out to be well worth the visit. It was a collection of little museums really, with the first one in a little ...