Gibela Backpackers Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... way back we drove through what is known as the Midlands Meander. It a series of artisan shops, restaurants, breweries, lodges, etc. We stopped at quite a few places. One in particular was a brewery where we shared a sample of the beers they brew. Craft brews are really gaining popularity in South Africa and I can see why. They were delicious! We hit a few more shops and then slept almost the whole way home.
... flight and as I saw my details on the screen I spotted my bag coming out second in line from across the room - yip dad I was very grateful for my unique bag. Thank you! Got my bag and then it was on to meet the family and to head off to Nottingham. Looking around I expected things to be totally different being in a different country for the first time - not ...
... largest township in South Africa, after Soweto and Tembisa with over 550,000 residents. The township is so large, that it is the only township in the country that has its own registration plate, which is NUZ. Umlazi is divided into 26 residential sections, A through to Z.
SectionB of Umlazi is where Nomvula lives and it is at the very far end on the township. It is an hour drive through the township which is riddled with steep hills, narrow roads ...
... at the hall in the sun. Later we had computer lessons with the kids at Clermont, about 10 showed up and we taught them how to use Paint.
In the night, we had CEL Group which is Westville bible class, every fortnight they have it in a home with a small group. We turned up to what I thought must of been a famous persons home, I have never been in a home like it. It looked like a castle, it was majestic. They had Beethoven playing ...
... br> said goodbye.
a visit to the chief was in order, but we found out that he had just
left; and so we met his second wife. She was wearing a bright red
head dress with matching red scarf around her shoulders. Her face
was beaming as she invited us inside the round hut where she said she
had just started cooking. There was just one window, and in the
middle of the hut was a cooking pot on a wood stove. Inside, the
smoke filled the whole hut, and all of ...