Protea Hotel Edward Durban
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... shrimp on the barbay <--not that kind) and works for a fashion company here in Durban.
There are all sorts of fancy pictures about the house. Check them out below. Security here is top notch as well. Durban has always been traditionally known for petty thefts, muggings, and burglary so almost every house has the same security features as ours. Then entire property is surrounded by brick walls topped with ...
... last field service. I cannot wait to get to know all these new kids and play with them after work. I cannot wait to meet up with the returning crew. I cannot wait to be where I want to be.
Unfortunately we have a delay for leaving Durban and getting to Madagascar. Technical (read: propeller) issues have slowed our progress down and, as such, we are looking at a delay of which the duration has not yet been communicated. The problem has ...
... Shaka airport. It was an airport I had become very familiar with having come in and out of it so many times over the past four years.
I was picked up at the airport by Amanda Dove and taken back to Vernon and Amanda’s home for the evening, as my apartment in Umdolti Beach was having some minor repairs done and would not be ready for occupation until the next day. Seeing Amanda and then Vernon and then their family immediately made me feel like I was home. ...
... crossed in front (lions have right of way); then we passed herds of zebra, wildebeest, and antelope, pairs of rhinos, lone elephants and a beautiful family of giraffes, who standing together are called a “tower”, and running together are called a “journey.”
Like the "journey of giraffes" we watched wandering slowly toward their next destinations, we are on a journey together here. Adele is playing the ...
... and apologies if that reference doesn't mean anything to you).
One interesting thing about Durban is the Indian influence, on the markets and food. A Durban speciality is Bunny Chow (no idea why it's called that), a loaf of bread hollowed out and filled with curry. Tasty, but maybe not the best meal in such heat.
Time to move on again, this time a long bus ride up to Pretoria and Johannesburg.