eMakhosini Boutique Hotel
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What am amazing day! First we went to a little per-primary on the way to our rural schools. The kids were very cute and wanted to pose for photos. Love the race track! After this we arrived at a very poor school grade 1-9. These kids have nothing but an incredible amount of hope! I videoed a talk that the teacher was giving his students. It was very inspiring. The teachers sang for us. Man these guys can sing! Pictures probably tell the story better than any ...
... whatever, i AM a mum, so I'll take it. Then i was handed gifts of ankle boots, body shop goods and a bracelet as well as hand selected chocolate from each of my little men as well as lollies which they bought themselves to eat for breakfast to celebrate my birthday. *sigh* I'm too happy to care...eat up!
I was then treated to a "Party" via Skype where Cath, Jess, Frankie and Ned were celebrating my birthday with streamers and party hats which ...
... his money. Harsh was an understatement and he said no to continuing on to the finals more then he said yes. Next we rode through the port area and over to the other side looking for a place called Wilson’s wharf. Not finding much there (thinking we were at Wilsons wharf – but we later realized we weren’t) we set off to find Davenport Rd, which was supposed to have some pubs. Our next mission was lunch and the televised rugby game (SA vs. ...
My education continued almost immediately. I rode in the car back to the Baz Bus with two youngish (28-30) South Africans from Johannesburg who were touring their own country. He was in finance and she was an anthropologist, and I asked them about post-apartheid attitudes. Their take (which makes sense to me and parallels attitudes towards, for example, gay marriage in the U.S.) was that what I was seeing was ...
... then directed back into town and to a great Indian restaurant. The Indian population in Durban is quite large, and is easily South Africa's biggest, which means they have easy access to lots of yummy Indian food all the time. We were decidedly jealous because in Istanbul there's really only one good Indian restaurant, and it's quite expensive.
We took full advantage of the readily available Indian ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility