Protea Hotel Umhlanga Ridge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... point presentation is a long a tedious job for me, but I love it.
It’s also such an amazing learning experience, even for an old timer like myself. Going over lots of old familiar stories and bible principals and putting them into picture graphics and presentations has been one of the most enjoyable experiences I have encountered. One of our little bible study classes has grown from 4-5 to now 12-15 every week, and every week ...
... 2 planned ones have not happened which is a bit irratating as we had planned for them!
Wednesday we had lunch at the Beverley Hills hotel another lovely place and view over the ocean! In the evening we were sitting on the balcony watching the most amazing electric storm develop in front of us. You will be pleased to know we are drinking some lovely wine and at about £2.50 a bottle very good value for money!
... my panties. We learned that my panties had mistakenly been put in our Danish friends returned laundry instead of ours. That morning they had returned the intimate apparel stating it wasn't theirs and then the host had been asking every guest if they wanted them. Embarrassed but relieved to have one of my favourite pairs back in my possession we boarded the bus and made the quick jaunt to Durban. We had picked up another member of ...
... mall in the Southern Hemisphere (a tractor beam dragged Alice to Zara) and hired a bike to cycle from the Moses Mabida stadium to the beach esplanade. The city really doesn't feel African at all. Although the centre is pretty chaotic with plenty of suicidal taxis and street vendors, the periphery is incredibly well developed. The Durban beach front is a huge tourist destination in the summer, and all of the facilities are there to cater for it. Still, ...
... stop but it wasn’t very interesting so we got the express bus back to Durban Bluff. It was slightly more expensive than the ride there but still less than a pound and a LOT quicker!
The weather was turning a bit grey and yukky by the time we got back so we finished off our final evening in Durban, still alone in our hostel, watching TV and relaxing. The next morning the Baz bus turned up to take us to our next stop along the ...