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... western society. I have learnt that I do not need as many material possessions as I had in the past. I don't need to surround myself with expensive items to make my 'life better'. I am happy with the simply things in life.
The biggest change that I learnt is that happiness is the most important thing in my life. I will only do something if it makes me happy. If I am not happy in what I am doing it is time for change. Our time on this ...
Durban is the third largest city in the country with the largest port in Africa.
Here East meets West, first world meets Third, and Zulu, English and Indiancultures rub shoulders in spicy architectural juxtapositions that are sandwiched between vibrant markets, the Golden mile and sprawling townships.
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... tent! Next time I'm taking an inflatable mattress.
Lesson #4: Carry a bigger tent
I had purchased a 2 sleeper tent for R200 ($20) thinking it would be large enough since it was just me and I'm small built. Little did I know how claustrophobic such a tiny tent could be. I was taller than the length of the tent so could not stretch out. The tent was so low making it really difficult to do anything, like change my clothes. Also, my tent was tiny compared ...
... If the boy likes her too then their families have a meeting to discuss how much the boy's family must pay the girl's family for the girl (usually between 9 and 13 cows). Jason then showed us the 3 types of houses they live in - clay, stone and brick. The clay house is free as they just use branches and the clay from the ground but it is also the weakest house. The government are providing stones for unemployed people but they must build the house themselves and ...
... arranged to meet up with them.
As we approached Durban, the Sea at the bottom of Africa appeared for the first time and I couldn't help grinning and silently cheering in my head, as it felt like reaching a milestone.
Arriving in Durban, the friendliness continued. Having got on one minibus that was heading into town but in the wrong direction, the guy looked at where I was heading and dropped me at a minibus going in the right direction, telling the driver where ...