Blue Waters Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... shark nets), past the City Hall (where the up leg of the Comrades Marathon starts) and past the 4 Seasons hotel where we spent our honeymoon. The latter is now somewhat run down and in a highly unsavoury area. Unfortunately, Durban was not exactly the safest of places. Several crew and passengers related stories where they had, or nearly had, been robbed. Veronica said that, in the Fish Market, there was somebody walking ...
Before coming away I'd tracked down a Guide unit which meet in a school near to where we’re staying in Estcourt. Despite turning up unannounced this week, I was welcomed very warmly by the leaders. She introduced me and asked the girls where the UK was, not many continents went unmentioned, but I think we got there in the end. I stayed for their meeting where they were working towards a badge on internet safety and I watched their half zulu/ half ...
... be a lot of fun!
Two weeks from now, I will be traveling up to Kruger National Park to visit Steph over Easter. I’m really excited but a little nervous because I have to rent a car on my own to complete the last three hours of the trip.
My parents and brother have also booked tickets to come to South Africa! We plan to spend a few days in Cape Town, and then venture to Durban!
That’s all for now, I’ll try to update again in a week or two. ...
... then talked us through the polygamous, male dominated Zulu society - where men buy wives in exchange for cows and marry multiple times to 'keep busy.' I don't fancy myself much as an honorary Zulu! We also tasted Zulu beer, a fermented mix of sweet corn and malt which was an acquired taste, met the chief, and watched demonstrations by women carrying large, heavy vases on ...
... tent, we our roof top tent and Geraldine her ground tent. After a tasty meal, bottle of wine and many card games later we were all ready for bed. Couldn't sleep much though due to the heavy rain and wind. The tent was flying in all directions. In the morning I met a tired Geraldine. Her ground tent had over flooded completely so everything was soaking wet and the tent had started to fold over her, so she finally gave up and slept in her little white car. I wouldn't be able to tell ...