Protea Hotel Edward Durban
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from 26 to 12 degrees, visibility was poor and the traffic heavy as we headed along the N3 back to Durban. We had to stop once with engine problems but eventually arrived safe and sound back at Hillcrest.
To mark the end of my short stay with Richard and Jill it was decided that we should have a night out and so we all went to a popular local Italian Restaurant for a very nice pizza and an excellent craft beer brewed by Cape Town ...
... t going to stop Karis and Jared risking their lives and they both had fun jumping off the edge of the gorge. Finishing off with an afternoon at the beach we drove home together and enjoyed pizzas at the hall before doing the dreading farewell that seem to come around waaaay to fast. And now they’re gone.
I missed them the minute they left, its like friends I’ve known for years, its crazy we have only just ...
... our independent study details. On November 1st, I will be moving back out to Nzinga. For the next two and a half weeks, just like the past few weeks, there will be few updates because I'll be working ******* my project proposal. As of this past Sunday, I was officially halfway done with my time here. Time sure does fly!
I will post another update when something exciting happens. Until then, sala ...
... enough, walking up and down Florid Rd, eating and bar hopping (mostly just getting stuck at the backpackers bar and never making it out). Backpackers are the best fun, but not if you're looking for a quiet retreat in which to lie in a hammock and read a whole novel. So, checking out from Tekweni left kesh and I with two days in which to mentally prepare ourselves for Cosmogenesis and buy supplies for six days of festival camping and mayhem. More will be revealed in my next entry :) ... Cheers ...
... guide. A late 20 something guy with a lot of personality who grew up in KwaMashu and obviously has become well connected over the years. In all, there were eight of us, myself, five college students from the UK ranging in age from 19 – 21 who were volunteering on a farm outside of town, and an early 30s couple from the states who were visiting Durban for a weekend escaping from a seven week job in Johannesburg.
We started downtown at the Victoria Market, a huge indoor ...