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Hello everyone! The past few weeks have been much different
than the rest of my program. For the final third of my stay in South Africa, I
am living with three other group members in a beachfront apartment in central
Durban. I am working on a final project where I am examining the effectiveness
of informal trader advocates in the Warwick Junction area.
So far, my stay has been nice, although sometimes the days
can feel a little slow ...
... to soak up the tasty curry sauce especially as Cat has never been a huge fan of rice. Once we’d finished our meal it was time to head back to the main bus station as the last bus went at 16.45pm and we couldn’t afford to miss it. We got back on a people mover outside the restaurant but as we boarded we realised it was on the wrong route and would take us further away from the bus station not towards it. The driver helped us out though and just told ...
... Keys type restaurant as we ascended to the top of the building and ate on the deck of a transported 'pirate' type old ship...that Tiger, my 6 yr old nephew, loved. The food was really good - as it should be in an ocean city...and we stayed and drank and laughed with the entire family. What a great way to reunite with all the Stewarts...and finally Norm and VA were joining us as well! We then rode up the coast to St Lucia - Kwa ...
Today we went up and meet with Tracy and did some more shopping around. We spend the morning in Hillcrest where Mike and I used to live and Daniel attended his first year of school at Highbury. This place has really grown and yet is as beautiful as ever. In the afternoon Ann I schemed about buying a new laptop for her as her desktop died while I was there after a huge thunderstorm moved through.
In the evening Rob took Ann and I to Durban where ...
... we wanted a stroll..Saw some sites on the way, loads of people selling World Cup flags and horns, a funky coloured tree (see pic) and then 45 minutes later we were close to the new Durban Stadium (see pic) which has a huge arch going over the top that has a skytrain to take you to the top or you can walk the 500 odd steps up and also a bungee swing which ...