City Lodge Hotel Durban
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">The Midlands Meander
An area just south of Durban, known for little farm shops, nice scenery and a tranquil setting.
This was another timeshare that Charne secured for us and it was truly luxury. ...
... Manor and highly recommend that anyone who wants to study in South Africa spend some time in a township. I realized I haven’t commented much on food so far beyond bunnychow (oops). If you know me, you’ll know that I basically inhale anything and South Africa isn’t any different. In Zulu families, the diet is heavily starch based. Rice and bread are staples along with pap and putu. Pap and putu are mealie meals (cornmeal) that is cooked until it reaches ...
... line-height: normal;">The day was windy, cool, and eventually wet so we stayed indoors the rest of the day. The lodge put on a braii (barbecue) so we had a nice feast for our last night there.
Drove north the next day for about 8 hours to get to the Cederberg region where we'd be camping for the next three nights.
... avoid blood and needles due to aids. And yet here I was with blood dripping from my Max's chin in a local supermarket! As dad stayed with the other boys Glenn and I raced off to a chemist asking for help or bandaids to which we were met with very puzzled looks till a lady walked by and quietly said "they're called plasters." Our first lesson learnt. we still got no help so we drove to another chemist who have their very own nurse. Seems like a volunteer, like ...
... in a new country far away from your own. Late in the 19th century, gold was discovered right next to where the CBD of Johannesburg sits, and so started the gold rush. This, in turn, meant miners needed housing close to the mine, so Joburg turned into a metropolis within 10 years of the discovery of gold, and Africans, Chinese and other immigrants working in the mines crowded into the new city to live. Decades later, after the National Party won power in 1948, the township ...