Gwahumbe Game & Spa
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... largest township in South Africa, after Soweto and Tembisa with over 550,000 residents. The township is so large, that it is the only township in the country that has its own registration plate, which is NUZ. Umlazi is divided into 26 residential sections, A through to Z.
SectionB of Umlazi is where Nomvula lives and it is at the very far end on the township. It is an hour drive through the township which is riddled with steep hills, narrow roads ...
... his gleaming fangs shone brightly. For a few moments we watched his
enormous body, nearly 19 feet long. Cleopatra his wife, emerged from
the water with her wicked yellow green eyes gleaming madness and her
long tail moving slowly and gracefully.
one snake pit, a cobra sprang among the dried branches. Its great
eyes fixed upon our shadows on the glass pane. Each time Bert moved
with his yellow checkered shirt, the viper crouched its way nearer
This morning we did a tour of the Moses Madiba (Durban Stadium) on Segway's, out tour guide than took us on the beach run as it was very early in the morning. We changed to the settings from Snail to Rabbit which gave us a top speed of 20kph, LOL look out Mall Cops you now have competition. We than hopped in the cable car to the top of the Stadium for 360 view wow it is high up! ...
... Hair-dressers, mostly women, sat on short stools with large photo albums displaying the various ways they could braid and style your hair! Interestingly, people in this profession seemed to stick together - we sometimes found a dozen or so of them seated in a line on the sidewalk.
As we approached what is referred to as the Indian area, sights, sounds and scents of the Indian subcontinent were more evident. In Grey Street and nearby small ...
... inflated cost and fashion experimentation. The antithesis of the large soulless shopping malls like "Lifestyle’ so favoured here. Not to be missed.
We ate bits and bobs from various stalls under hanging lanterns on upturned logs and drank great Cape wine and forgot we had work the next day.
After the madness of the Saturday shift I turned old Trudy, our car as she is now called, down the N2 to Durban. For a rugby mad nation the final ...