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... of speed humps designed to remove each cars undercarriage if you drive faster than 15kph over them. However, driving slow creates it own hazards as impatient Duran Taxi Bus drivers and cars take your slow progress as an opportunity to pass you during this process, particularly on a blind bend or if another smaller car is approaching you head on that the Taxi driver believes he can still squeeze between while crossing the speed hump at break neck speed. ...
... with menacing speed spitting his venom on the
next hour was spent watching an afternoon show of Zulu dancing at the
Phe Zulu Cultural Village.
Zulu people have long had the reputation for being unbelievably
musical, and their music has filled the
valleys for centuries.
man wearing leopard skin fabric on his chest, with many ornaments on
his arms and legs, danced with pride and joy. Two women who were
... we all went to the Sabiya Casino for the buffet and a small flutter on the pokies. New Years Eve SA style, we got the boys some fire crackers but our show was nothing compared to the kids next door, holy smokes they made Southbank look like a backyard display. The youngest boy ran into the house with a live firework and all the woman ran out, the dad chucked it out in time. ...
... some of the oldest Indian shops and businesses and they sell everything from clothes, shoes, leather goods, jewelry and electrical appliances. Also on Grey Street is Juma Mosque, said to be the biggest mosque in the southern hemisphere.
Across the sheet we wandered into Victoria Street Market which is packed with traditional Indian crafts, curios and knick-knacks. The lower floor was festooned with colorful garlands and incense was in the air. ...
... Currie club and Natal Sharks vs Western Province was not to be missed. Sadly, I got out of work late and did miss some of it. Well, the first half, but the beer soaked friendly atmosphere, post match fireworks and banter was well worth it. We had dinner on trendy Florida Street, again I felt like I was in London. There is a hipster 'scene’ in SA then. Not all 4x4s, safari and grilled meat.
I would nearly have fallen asleep driving home at ...