eMakhosini Boutique Hotel
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... day of two extremes for sure.
The next afternoon TK picked us up once again to take us on our township tour. The first township we visited we just drove through to get an idea of what a township is all about. This was one of the poorer townships in Durban, in that the houses were built with anything and everything and abolitions placed very close to the houses and roads. There was definite a good vibe as we drove through in that everyone was out ...
... the pitch. It was probably more scary then the bungee! We did pay for the DVD but they forgot to video it! We had a Bunny Chow for tea, this is basically a loaf of bread cut in half, the insides scooped out and filled with curry. You then use the bread as a fork to eat the curry with. No cutlery allowed! Apparently you can't come to Durban and not have a Bunny Chow! Durban has a huge number of Indians living here, the most outside of India in fact! This is why they are so ...
We knew we were heading for a land of home comforts when the bus from Maputo to Durban (via Swaziland) had air-conditioning, reclining seats and films to watch! The bus felt like such a luxury after some of the "grin and bear it" journeys over the last few months that we decided to take a break from public transport in South Africa and hire a car. So began our road trip of almost 2000km to Cape Town, with Ash ...
... br> Es war mega windig, aber total heiss. Wir lassen bei diesem Adventure
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Nach vier Tagen ging es dann weiter mit dem Baz Bus nach Durban.
Das Happy Hippo in Durban ist nicht zu vergleichen mit dem Hostel in
Drakensberg, dafuer waren die Leute umso besser drauf. ...
... br> The new airport road winds gracefully southward and as you crest the last rise before the ocean, Durban's North Coast sweeps before you in a curving arc of yellow sand and dark, blue waters to the striking outline of the Moses Mabhida stadium and onward to the Golden Mile of the beachfront, only brought to an end by the Bluff, the natural breakwater that gave Durban it's port ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking