Road Lodge Durban
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... fun and enjoyable. They were from different parts of the globe, Erica from Singapore, Helen from nearby Kent, Lorin from France and nearer to Switzerland, Paige from Canada and Beate from Germany. The beauty of these volunteer projects is that you meet like minded individuals from across the globe and establish life time friendships.
We travelled another 3 hours before arriving at Thanda Game Reserve which would be my home for the next month. ...
... village on the Dolphin Coast north of Durban.
As Roland and Debbie had had a long journey we decided to eat in the hotel and then retired to the balcony for sundowners, even though the sun was already down!
Tomorrow's activities were planned, Debbie and Gill had an early night but others stayed up for longer to sample a few more ...
... and some of the Biltong shop's billy's.
From Mooiriver we meandered down the R103 to Nottingham Road for a hot cup of coffee at the Bear Fasl. At this point I was cold and Glen was frozen. We continued down the R103 to join up with the N3 at Howick. Still no rain. After passing through Pietermaritzburg we decided to take the road through Eston to Winkelspruit. This turned out to be a good decision, firstly because it was a nice open ride and secondly we started to get ...
... way. .
We took this as a time to rest and relax and enjoy the views, as Egypt and Seychelles was quite mentally taxing. It was odd that being in South Africa felt like it was a breath of fresh air. They are also famous for their diving although the water is quite rough during the winter time.
All in all, a nice time to readjust to some civilized society before heading off to our Kruger Safari and hustle and bustle of Hong Kong.
... Coming back to Bulawayo was a different matter though, and I really noticed and appreciated the people and the place a lot more. A Zimbabwean asked us whether we were tourists when we were crossing the road, which was most definitely a valid question. Bulawayo is not a tourist destination by any means- it was once, but that has gone now. I did start to consider Zimbabwe more as a place to visit though- chatting to some of the Zimbabweans they ...