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... limited so we must do what we want while we can.
Solo backpacking is one of the hardest, yet most rewarding experiences that I have ever undertaken. I didn't realise how hard it would be. But like anything you do, you soon adjust and start enjoying the adventure. Traveling on your own has its pros and cons. I believe the pros vastly out weigh the cons. This depends on the type of person that you are. Firstly I enjoy my own company and like ...
Today we went to UShaka Island on the ocean front. Jamie Jake & Lochlan went shark cage diving while we watched...... Amazing Jake loved every second of it Lochy not so brave! They then went scuber diving with the fish and some sharks, seal show and lunch. Loads of entertainment of Zulu dancers Indian disco dancers, break dancers and others. Later on boys had a rickshaw ride great day out with family ...
... else's at the camp - ego hit!
Lesson #5: Carry a light
I had planned on reading till late in the evening. Little did I know the camp site had no lights so I had nothing to do but go to bed at 7pm. A light is definitely useful for getting around the campsite and also to use for reading or any other activities at the campsite
Lesson #6: Carry ear plugs
The sound of nature with the crickets, frogs, wind and bats only romantic, but ...
... promenade. Also having stayed there so long I also got to know the owners a bit and become friends with some of the staff who made me feel at home
I’ve heard descriptions of Durban such as the city where first world meets third, or Durban is where Monte Carlo meets Las Vegas. I would agree with both descriptions but I would include Fort Lauderdale from an architectural perspective, somehow into the second one. Durban is a major holiday ...
... people have to buy bricks to build their houses. We were able to interact with some of the people. One gestured to a plump girl in our group thats she needs to do some exercise!! Gotta love the Zulus!! He then took us to see a traditional 'healer' (I wasn't convinced) before moving on to eat a traditional Zulu meal, consisting primarily of crushed corn, and also included cabbage, tomatoes and butternut squash (bought by us from 'Shoprite' 3 hours ago) and we had to ...