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The Comrades Marathon – barring the hype that surrounds this race since it is, after all, the "Ultimate Human Endurance Race" – the experience is incredible – not incredibly hard, or incredibly tiring – just incredible. Durban and Pietermaritzburg are so beautiful that just looking at the scenery while running made the time …
... were gone …. It was a life or death moment and on this occasion it ended well with only the loss of a car, Grants phone and some personal possessions. All too often in South Africa this scenario ends with a shooting and most often with a death !!!
As volunteers we are constantly reminded of the dangers in South Africa. Poverty, unemployment and wayward youth creates a melting pot of crime and riots amongst those who feel most disadvantaged. White people ...
... to Pete Kennedy's workshop in Pinetown assisted with this but as always in a new country it takes a while to find the store that sells the exact bolt or bracket you require. The days flew by interspersed with Michael and Anthea's very generous hospitality, I seem to be a permanent guest in their flat!
They lead busy lives with lots of activity and include me in as much of it as possible. This resulted in an invitation to come along to an art class they attend one night a ...
... in Durban was a lot like being at John Wayne Airport. The airport was easy to navigate and with Garmin in hand so were the freeways. We arrived at our beachfront timeshare within 15 minutes; finding a parking place took about as long.
We could stretch out and breathe again now having a two-bedroom, kitchenette suite. Situated right above the beach, a large sliding ...
... views and literally 1000 hills.
We headed to a park called PheZulu which has a game reserve (which we didn't go to) but it had a croc/snake park and also a tour through a traditional Zulu camp. So we bought tickets to the croc park and the Zulu tour and began our day.
The croc park was soooo cool, mainly because we're in Africa. They're nothing like being up close to massive crocs. Glenn and I couldn't help laughing that we're ...