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... me in oversized beach shorts and him in jeans which are tight even on me.
The next morning the boys were up and out early for a zulu village visit (how!?) while Clare and I staggered around trying to remember what being human feels like. The botanical gardens were around the corner so Clare and I went to see all their trees and orchids. We all met up again to go to the football in the afternoon. Durban has a huge 58,000 seater stadium which ...
... waiting for me back home and get there is so much here to be done, where does God step in and show you the way and where does he step back and let you make your own decisions? I wish I knew, because for the first time in 7 months my heads in a fog and I wish we had stayed in Margate. Stayed in isolation, in a tiny ecclesia, working ************ging for the day we would be home because now i find myself surrounded by amazing people and a great ecclesia. Pray, thats all I can ...
... re travelling through SA in low season.
That evening didn’t really consist of much other than cooking some pasta for dinner that neither of us really ate, probably due to jetlag, watching some TV and ending up going to bed at 9ish, definitely due to jetlag. But it meant we got a good nights sleep before our day trip.
Today was the first of our 3 day trips that we organised through BazBus to Zululand, visiting a village. The day didn’t ...
In a stretch of land that connects suburbia and the Golden Mile (nothing sinister – just beautiful beaches) there is a cluster of structures which inspire many an emotion from an already heart-on-sleeve-bearing populous. Most will agree that the football-loving White Elephant glitters as brightly in the midday sun as the ever increasing mound of taxpayers' coins that feed its greedy trunk. Whilst I regularly shake my head at the deafening silence ...
... prime about 15-20 years ago – perhaps it’s just the art deco architecture and faded paint job… Palapas lined the sand out front as sweet, peaky waves crested out front. As I walked back I saw a few surfers out launching down the overhead
waves. In California, there would be a hundred or more surfers in the water but here it looks like ten constitutes a crowd! The waves ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBalmoral Hotel Durban
Old Hotel, but renewed, on the shore. Good Service, spacious and comfortable room with air conditioning, telephone and wifi. Perfect location.
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