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Travel Blogs from Durban
... with menacing speed spitting his venom on the
next hour was spent watching an afternoon show of Zulu dancing at the
Phe Zulu Cultural Village.
Zulu people have long had the reputation for being unbelievably
musical, and their music has filled the
valleys for centuries.
man wearing leopard skin fabric on his chest, with many ornaments on
his arms and legs, danced with pride and joy. Two women who were
... make better sense to continue our sightseeing from the inside of a bus rather than on foot. We had learned about the People Mover bus system at the Tourist Information Center which we had popped into first thing when we got to the city center. Two bus lines, City Loop and Beach Line cover most of the places of interest and a day pass entitles you to unlimited rides and transfers. It is a convenient way to travel around the city and also along the beach ...
... hall getting some washing done. Oh and incase your wondering yes, we're still here because Glenn has decided to go the Pinetown lecture tonight to hear Uncle Barry Law Lecture, So the men will attend that while this weary women hopefully gets an early night before we head down to Margate TOMORROW! I hope :)
*Ollie lost another tooth today. So much for coming home with his teeth all back instead he's losing more!!*
... but I reckon helping Noel and Cheryl was a more important thing to do.
During the course of the afternoon, we had popped into the Pavillion shopping centre as Jill had to exchange something - busy, busy busy. Woolworths is not the same as it used to be - feels more like a cross between Kmart and Target. We werent there long so not much shopping done which is probably a good thing. ...
... the Arphateid museum.
It was one of the best museums I had ever been to. On entry to the Arphatied Museum you were given a random ticket; white or non-white and only allowed to go through that particular channel. They showed photographs of various signs showing your entitlement, ID cards, racial systems etc. It was very powerful. I learnt about the politics and the movement for independence. Photographs ...