Garden Court Mthatha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and is so rural they mainly live off the land. Copt Set up a Good News Centres there which was the first Good News Centre for copt that has paved the way for the many we now work in and around.
So this trip was finally our chance. Due to being pregnant it wasn’t advisable to stay but considering it’s too far for a day trip (Approx 7 hours from Durban, and up to 9 apparently if theres road works on the way) the only ...
One thing about the tent is that it encourages me to get up with the sun, giving me more time to do fun stuff, hooray! Early morning saw me ascend the Sani Pass into Lesotho. Partly because the scenery is supposed to be strikingly beautiful, partly to get another stamp in the passport. I make it up there in good time, a friendly Zulu construction worker giving me a lift, and do a couple of little walks in ...
... by the time we got back so we just hungout at the hostel bar and partied till around 3:30am. I'd arranged to do another dive a few days later a little further up the coast at Aliwal Shoal in Umkomaas. I managed to get a lift with some awesome Dutch people I'd met at Mantis and after spending the night chilling woke early the next day and went for the dive. Aliwal Shoal is a world famous dive spot and was pretty full of life with great vis. We saw amongst ...
... differently but I am already regretting bad planning.'
When I wrote the above, whiling away my time waiting for the bus, I had no idea how much I was going to regret my decision to go with Greyhound.
The coach arrived on time, we boarded, it was pretty full - no empty seats to sleep on - and we settled in for a long ride. We left at 17.40 hrs.
I hadn't bothered to bring food and drinks, we would stop every 3 hours or so to ...
... to. I stopped a civilised enough looking guy who was just then coming out of his driveway and asked him where I could find a place to stay. He looked me up and down and asked me a bit of an odd question."You would be looking for a,' he paused,"decent place to say then"
Well, yes, not too decent but I like to know that I will wake up in the morning.
Had an outright party with him and his family that evening before setting off for coffee bay the following day.